Hampshire garden centre

Rhododendrons and azaleas

Rhododendrons are grown for their spectacular flowers, usually borne in spring.
Some also have young leaves and stems covered in a striking dense woolly covering (indumentum) and some – the deciduous rhododendrons or azaleas – have good autumn colour.

  • Small to large sized shrubs.
  • A profusion of small to large trusses of unusual small flowers in spring.
  • Evergreen / deciduous.
  • Require ericaceous (lime free soil).
  • Hardy.

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