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Category: Azaleas & Rhododendrons
Azaleas and rhododendrons are a rite of spring parts of the United States where they are winter-hardy. Most of the selections here are native to the southern U.S. and Japan.
It’s April in Georgia, so upcoming garden musings may be a little azalea- and dogwood-centric. Without further ado, the subject at hand is the Korean…Leave a Comment
Many gardeners are gravely concerned when they wake up one morning and their rhododendrons’ leaves have all curled into tight spirals. It’s not pretty, but…Leave a Comment
As we enter into our second year in the test garden with the new Southgate rhododendrons (presented as an answer for Deep South gardeners), what…Leave a Comment