Rhododendron Multimaculatum

Rhododendron Multimaculatum
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Rhododendron – Multimaculatum, Rhododendron ‘Multimaculatum’, bears large loose clusters of starry white flowers with a distinctive orange-red freckled blotch; flowers appear in spring to late spring. This handsome shrub develops a rounded growth habit and has long shiny dark leaves. Multimaculatum is a hardy hybrid that is highly prized and was introduced more than 150 years ago, but is still valued for its vigor, exceptional cold hardiness and showy blooms! This medium-sized evergreen shrub can grow up to 6,000 feet in altitude. Multimaculatum favors chilly winters, moderate summers, partial shade, and highly organic, well-drained, acid soil. It requires regular waterings, particularly in hot, dry weather; established plants can benefit from fertilization. Rhododendrons are ornamental and are ideal for shrub borders and informal hedges. The most favorable time to prune is when there are no flower buds in the early spring, just before growth begins..

Nova Zembla Rhododendron

Nova Zembla Rhododendron
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One of Our Fastest Selling Rhododendrons! Not all rhododendrons are created equal. The Nova Zembla Rhododendron is a queen in the spring garden and one of Nature Hill’s fastest selling shrubs. Beautiful trusses of red flowers practically shine on this dense-growing, small evergreen. The red flowers will appear in mid spring and the leaves stay green all year. This is a rhodie that looks just as good in the sun and heat as it does in the cool shade. It is perhaps the most widely grown and successful red hybrid for harsh climates. If you have a tough spot but want some spring color try Nova Zembla Rhododendron. Nova Zembla Rhododendron makes an excellent foundation plant or hedge. It is also very effective as an accent plant, especially in the spring when it lights up the garden. For a real show-stopper, try Nova Zembla lining a partially shaded driveway or separating a walkway in the front yard. For best results, feed with an acid fertilizer after bloom and keep the roots cool with a thick layer of mulch. Keep the soil pH between 4.5 and 5.5 for best results. In addition to its good looks and easy care, this plant will attract butterflies and other wildlife to your garden. The Nova Zembla is one of our fastest selling rhododendrons and there is always the likelihood that we will sell out! Don’t miss out and order yours now! * Fastest selling rhododendron we have * Beautiful red flowers inspiring * Evergreen leaves * Great foundation plant * Sun or shade.

Rhododendron Haaga

Rhododendron Haaga
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The Rhododendron Haaga, ‘Haaga Rhododendron’, is a new, hardy, dwarf variety from the University of Helsinki, Finland.It produces dark pink flowers which contrast nicely with the dark green, coarse foliage. The Haaga will begin to bloom in May.This plant needs excellent drainage, mulching and a peat moss soil additive. Roots will rot in poorly drained soil. It will not do well in windy sites.This shrub is fussy about its soil conditions. The soil needs to be rich and acidic. It is a good practice to apply thick mulch around the root zone in colder climates.Any pruning should be done after flowering in order to avoid removing any of the current season’s flowers!The Haaga is a dense evergreen shrub and it is a highly valued landscape ornamental. The large groups of showy pink flowers appear on even young plants.The Haaga is a very effective accent plant.Dwarf Rhododendron! .

Rhododendron Anah Kruschke

Rhododendron Anah Kruschke
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The Rhododendron ‘Anah Kruschke’, Rhododendron ‘Anah Kruschke’, is a vigorous growing shrub with elegant dark green foliage. It produces blooms that are widely funnel-shaped, 3″ across and reddish-purple. The flowers cover the plant in late midseason; matures to 6 feet tall and 4 feet wide. The blooms show brightly against the sea green foliage. ‘Anah Kruschke’ is best grown in full sun and acidic well drained soil. Favored for its heat and sun tolerance, it is unusual amongst rhododendron varieties; the plant is also hardy through occasional freezing winter weather. Water the rhododendron plant frequently in dry, hot weather and fertilize in spring just before new growth begins..

Rhododendron Hachmann’s Polaris

Rhododendron Hachmann's Polaris
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The Rhododendron ‘Hachmann’s Polaris’, Rhododendron ‘Hachmann’s Polaris’, is a compact and mounding shrub with dense, fuzzy foliage. A profuse bloomer, it produces up to three buds per shoot. It buds young and keeps performing; young plants are very dense and compact, spreading with age. Reddish buds open to a lavender-pink edged flower with a paler throat. These frilly pink flowers, with their ruffled darker edgings, cover the plant in late midseason. Its dark green leaves have a hint of indumentum on the underside. When choosing a planting location, avoid hot, dry areas, open exposed sites, or low-lying places that are prone to become frost pockets. ‘Hachmann’s Polaris’ grows best in well-drained, lime free soils that are rich in organic matter and have the capacity to retain plenty of moisture in dry weather..

Yaku Prince Rhododendron

Yaku Prince Rhododendron
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Rhododendron – Yaku Prince, Rhododendron x ‘Yaku Prince’, is a compact shrub with spectacular bi-colored pink and white flowers and is a drop-dead beautiful broadleaf evergreen! Yaku Prince has flowers that measure 2.5” across with darker markings and appear in late spring on the slow growing dense shrub. Its deep olive green leaves have fuzzy, tan-orange undersides, new growth is silvery-green. Yaku is vigorous, hardy, sun tolerant, and a low maintenance rhododendron that is perfect for foundation plantings. It requires regular waterings, particularly in hot, dry weather; established plants can benefit from fertilization. Rhododendrons are ornamental, acidic-soil loving broad-leaf evergreens and are ideal for shrub borders and informal hedges. The most favorable time to prune is when there are no flower buds in the early spring, just before growth begins..

Rhododendron Edith Bosley

Rhododendron Edith Bosley
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Rhododendron – Edith Bosley, Rhododendron ‘Edith Bosley’, offers a purple color that can ignite passion in the garden! Edith Bosley is one of the few rhododendrons to produce deep purple flowers and have exceptional cold hardiness. In mid spring the large domed clusters of funnel-shaped blooms will appear with a reddish purple rim and throat and a maroon-spotted upper lobe. This upright, rounded shrub has glossy evergreen leaves and is similar to the popular ‘Purple Splendour’. Edith Bosley is hardier and has larger blossoms of dark purple with a darker flair. This easy care rhododendron needs excellent drainage, mulching, and a peat moss soil additive. Roots will rot in poorly drained soil, so well-drained soil is a must! Rhododendrons are ornamental, acidic-soil loving broad-leaf evergreens and are ideal for shrub borders and informal hedges. The most favorable time to prune is when there are no flower buds in the early spring, just before growth begins..

Maxicat Rhododendron

Maxicat Rhododendron
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Rhododendron – Maxi Cat, Rhododendron ‘Maxi Cat’, shows off its large, upright trusses of lovely magenta-pink flower in late spring. Maxi Cat is a large leaf rhododendron and very hardy and fast growing with a slightly open habit. It is a rather low maintenance shrub that can be pruned only after flowering. This easy care rhododendron needs excellent drainage, mulching and a peat moss soil additive. Roots will rot in poorly drained soil, so well-drained soil is a must! Maxi Cat requires regular waterings, particularly in hot, dry weather; established plants can benefit from fertilization. Rhododendrons are ornamental, acidic-soil loving broad-leaf evergreens and are ideal for shrub borders and informal hedges. The most favorable time to prune is when there are no flower buds in the early spring, just before growth begins..

Rhododendron Chinoides

Rhododendron Chinoides
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Rhododendron – Chinoides, Rhododendron catawbiense ‘Chinoides,’ is a compact growing broadleaf evergreen with a good round shape. Chinoides produces bright white flowers with brilliant yellow dorsal blotch that are 1 to 2 inches across. Your Chinoides Rhododendron will bloom heavily in mid spring and performs best in full sun.  It can tolerate winter winds, and has narrow green foliage. In dry years provide additional water in the fall which will help keep this plant thriving and healthy. Pruning is rarely required but if necessary should be done immediately after flowering. This plant needs excellent drainage, mulching and a peat moss soil additive. Roots will rot in poorly drained soil, so well-drained soil is a must! Rhododendrons are ornamental, acidic-soil loving broad-leaf evergreens that love to be planted with pre-moistened peat moss. The most favorable time to prune is when there are no flower buds in the early spring, just before growth begins..

Rhododendron Capistrano

Rhododendron Capistrano
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Rhododendron – Capistrano, Rhododendron ‘Capistrano’, is a broadleaf evergreen that produces a profusion of frilly, peach-yellow flowers in large, rounded trusses. The dark green foliage creates a compact, mounded plant that is very disease and pest resistant. The foliage on this rhododendron is dark green in color. Easy to grow, it requires regular waterings, particularly in hot, dry weather and needs moist, well drained acidic soil high in organic matter; the species from which it has been bred are particularly susceptible to root rot. Capistrano looks best with afternoon shade. Plant it in spring or fall where winter damage is no hazard; otherwise, plant it only in spring. Use in mass, group or specimen for shrub borders, mixed borders, woodland gardens..

Rhododendron Cunningham’s Blush

Rhododendron Cunningham's Blush
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Rhododendron – Cunningham’s Blush, Rhododendron x ‘Cunningham’s Blush’, is a dense, slow growing, small evergreen shrub with a mounded, compact habit. Cunningham’s Blush is a highly valued ornamental with large trusses of showy blush pink flowers with a white blotch; a beautiful contrast to the very dark green leaves. Being a dependable bloomer, Cunningham’s Blush prefers some shade and a highly organic acid soil that is evenly moist, but well drained. It gradually forms a medium to tall upright shrub with long glossy dark green leaves. This easy care rhododendron attracts butterflies and is deer resistant. Use in the landscape, border, or in a woodland garden. This plant needs excellent drainage and mulching. Roots will rot in poorly drained soil, so well-drained soil is a must! Rhododendrons are ornamental, acidic-soil loving broad-leaf evergreens. The most favorable time to prune is when there are no flower buds in the early spring, just before growth begins..

Rhododendron Percy Wiseman

Rhododendron Percy Wiseman
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Rhododendron – Percy Wiseman, Rhododendron ‘Percy Wiseman’, produces flowers that are funnel-shaped, 2″ across, and of unusual beauty! The blooms on the Percy Wiseman are multicolored and open in a wash of pastel peach, pink, and creamy-yellow tones, then mature to a creamy white with faint pink and green strokes on a ball-shaped truss of 13-15 flowers. Percy Wiseman is a compact, well branched plant with dark green glossy foliage. It prefers partial shade and should have protection from strong winter sun and wind. It requires regular waterings, particularly in hot, dry weather; established plants can benefit from fertilization. Rhododendrons are ornamental, acidic-soil loving broad-leaf evergreens and are ideal for shrub borders and informal hedges. The most favorable time to prune is when there are no flower buds in the early spring, just before growth begins..

Yaku Princess Rhododendron

Yaku Princess Rhododendron
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Rhododendron – Yaku Princess, Rhododendron x ‘Yaku Princess’, is a unique variety with a compactly branched low growth; bushy. In mid spring spheres of pinkish-white blooms with deeper pink and green spotting on the florets appear; trusses of apple-blossom pink buds open to white in spring. The green foliage has long leaves that have fuzzy, tan-orange undersides. Yaku Princess is vigorous, sun tolerant, and a low maintenance rhododendron that is perfect for foundation plantings. It requires regular waterings, particularly in hot, dry weather; established plants can benefit from fertilization. Rhododendrons are ornamental, acidic-soil loving broad-leaf evergreens and are ideal for shrub borders and informal hedges. The most favorable time to prune is when there are no flower buds in the early spring, just before growth begins..

Rhododendron Scintillation

Rhododendron Scintillation
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Rhododendron – Scintillation, Rhododendron x ‘Scintillation’, is a famous Dexter hybrid that is a vigorous, wide growing shrub with extra thick stems! In the spring large trusses of luminous pink flowers appear, each with a yellowish flare. Scintillation has attractive and distinctive, wavy, shiny, deep green foliage; thrives best when planted in part shade. This is a dense-growing, small evergreen shrub that is valued for its large trusses of showy flowers; very effective as an accent. Scintillation prefers cooler regions but needs some protection from winter wind. It requires regular waterings, particularly in hot, dry weather; established plants can benefit from fertilization. Rhododendrons are ornamental, acidic-soil loving broad-leaf evergreens and are ideal for shrub borders and informal hedges. The most favorable time to prune is when there are no flower buds in the early spring, just before growth begins..

Rhododendron Henry’s Red

Rhododendron Henry's Red
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Rhododendron – Henry’s Red, Rhododendron ‘Henry’s Red’, features stunning clusters of lightly-scented ruby red trumpet-shaped flowers at the ends of the branches. It is a broadleaf evergreen shrub with dark green slightly twisted foliage. It matures into an upright spreading shrub and has narrow leaves that turn an outstanding purple in the fall! Henry’s Red Rhododendron is a multi-stemmed evergreen shrub that takes on a rounded form. Henry’s Red is a rather low maintenance shrub that can be pruned only after flowering. This easy care rhododendron needs excellent drainage, mulching and a peat moss soil additive. Roots will rot in poorly drained soil, so well-drained soil is a must! Henry’s Red requires regular waterings, particularly in hot, dry weather; established plants can benefit from fertilization. Rhododendrons are ornamental, acidic-soil loving broad-leaf evergreens and are ideal for shrub borders and informal hedges. The most favorable time to prune is when there are no flower buds in the early spring, just before growth begins..