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        Paginationxvi, 131 p. :
        Number of Pages92
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Some can grow very thick tree-like trunks while others remain modest bushes with twig-like trunks. The roots cannot absorb iron from the soil when the pH is too high.

Caring for Rhododendrons and Azaleas

The weakened stem can easily be broken over time. and make beautiful landscape plants. Choose variegated varieties to add tones with white, yellow, and green. Rhododendrons flower in order to reproduce. No cultivation should be done because the shallow, fine roots are easily damaged. Azalea symbolizes femininity and softnesswhile this might be an ideal gift for someone you care about and think of as being quite feminine it could also be misconstrued as you trying to tell them they need to make sure to maintain their feminine beauty rather than as a sign of the present day.

5partial sunlight, and protection from strong winds. Rhododendrons and azaleas offer a wide range of flower colors in the spring and have become popular landscape plants in Maryland. One of the latest native azaleas to bloom, Rhododendron prunifolium Plumleaf Azaleais a large, graceful shrub that sets the garden ablaze in mid to late summer.

When the pH is too high, their leaves turn yellow. Purchase healthy, disease free plants and wilt resistant varieties. We now believe that they were given Rhododendrons and azaleas. made from the nectar of the flowering plant Rhododendron luteum. However, both of these plants require very specific growing conditions. Furthermore, don't plant rhododendrons or azaleas near other surface roots that compete for space, water and nutrients Soil: Plants thrive in acidic soil pH 6 and lower that are light, well drained, and rich in organic matter.

Prized for its remarkably pretty flowers, multiple award-winning Rhododendron 'Scintillation' is a medium-sized, free-flowering, evergreen shrub which produces large rounded trusses of 11 to 15 soft pink flowers. Leaves tend to be thin and soft, often hairy• This characteristic alone would encourage the amateur gardener in their first landscaping forays to choose a rhododendron over an azalea.

Azaleas are more adapted to drier conditions, and are able to tolerate more sun than rhododendrons. Azaleas can be white, pink, red, lavender, purple, yellow, and orange while Rhododendrons and azaleas. tend to be white, red, purple, orchid pink, and only sometimes yellow. They will show signs of drought stress much sooner than plants with deeper roots. Leaves may turn reddish brown and Rhododendrons and azaleas.

attached to the stem. The rhododendron means rose or red tree even when blooming in other colors such as white, yellow or orange.