When do Rhododendrons Bloom?

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Rhododendron means 'rose tree' in Greek, and azaleas are in the same family. Many are evergreen variety and can be grown in colder temperatures. so depending on what part of the country you are from, they bloom in the Spring and Fall.
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1. Prune plants right after blooming. Use a pair of bypass shears or sharp pruners to trim off any damaged or diseased branches. Look for powdery mildew, leaf spotting, rust or discolored
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Rhododendron tend to grow in cycles, with leaf production one year and blooming the
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I know they are in full bloom in July, so I would say June
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'Crossbill' is considered to be the longest flowering Rhododendron. They are slow growing perennials and need an acid soil of pH5 or less to grow well. You can buy a soil testing
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