Results for: Rhododendron

In Trees

Are rhododendrons deciduous?

Rhododendrons are not deciduous. The definition of deciduous is when a tree or a bush loses it's leaves at the endof a growing season.

How do you prune a rhododendron?

Rhododendrons flowers are set in the summer after they flower. You will see the buds on the shrub all winter long. They are just waiting through all the cold and ice to bloom (MORE)

What are the uses of the rhododendron?

It has been reported that the plant is of anti-inflammatory and hepatoprotective functions against related diseases, which is probably due to its anti-oxidant efficacy sourced (MORE)

What is the abbreviation for rhododendron?

For a species rhododendron such as Rhododendron maximum, it is written: R. maximum. For a hybrid rhododendron such as Rhododendron 'Nova Zembla', it is written Rcv. 'Nova Ze (MORE)

How do you plant a rhododendron?

you gently cut thee auxiliary bud completely off. then you take the roots and soak them in vinegar. after that you dig a whole about half he height of thee plat and then gentl (MORE)
In Uncategorized

When do you trim rhododendrons?

Prune rhododendron soon after they finish blooming to avoid loosing flowers the following year. They start producing new flower buds for the next year several weeks after they (MORE)
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What do you feed rhododendrons?

Rhododendrons are not heavy feeders. They like an organic source of nitrogen since chemical nitrogen can destroy microorganisms in the soil that help rhododendrons extract nut (MORE)
In Soil

What do rhododendrons do to the soil?

Rhododendrons help protect the soil, but they are not heavy feeders and do not change the soil much. Their leaves help build up the richness of the soil after they fall off. R (MORE)