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Species Rhododendron
... in the lower Piedmont from central Georgia to South Carolina. It is seldom cultivated in cooler climates but does well in the southeast. Its blossoms are approximately 1.2 to 1.8 ... Boursault'. The variety R. catawbiense 'Album' is one of the best white rhododendrons for cold climates. R. macrophyllum, the Pacific Rhododendron, is a vigorous, upright, elepidote rhododendron that is found from ...
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Hybrid Rhododendron
... popular in both hot and cold climates. Evergreen azaleas are more popular in warm climates and rhododendrons do well in cooler climates. Vireyas only do well in tropical climates or in greenhouses. Iron-clad Rhododendrons ... bloom more abundantly in full sun if the soil is kept moist, but in hot climates or in windy places shade is usually mandatory. Balled-and-burlaped plants may be transplanted ...
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Deciduous Azaleas
... and Eastern Scotland. It is difficult to grow in warmer climates. It was first described in 1784 by Pall. [Return to Top] ... central Georgia to South Carolina. It is seldom cultivated in cooler climates but does well in the southeast. Its blossoms are approximately ... both drop in Northern gardens, but remain nearly evergreen in milder climates. [Return to Top] How To Grow Deciduous Azaleas All of ...
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Rhododendron History
... alpine regions of Northern Germany and Eastern Scotland. It is difficult to grow in warmer climates. R. camtschaticum was first described in 1784 by Pallas. R. camtschaticum was first introduced to ... in the lower Piedmont from central Georgia to South Carolina. It is seldom cultivated in cooler climates but does well in the southeast. Its blossoms are approximately 1.2 to 1.8 ...
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