Problems With Rhododendrons?

Answer Rhododendrons planted in rich, well-draining soil with filtered light exposure are relatively hardy plants. Rhododendrons rarely need continuing care to produce big, beautiful blossoms. Some rhodod... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Problems With Rhododendrons

How do i dig out rhododendrons?

Digging The Root BallWater the plant thoroughly. Cut a ring around the plant at the drip line, using a spade. The drip line is under the plant's outermost branch tips. Push the spade down deep enou... Read More »

Rhododendrons & Weevils?

Several varieties of weevils make the lives of both gardeners and rhododendrons miserable. The insect devours the leaf of the plant and distributes larvae to increase the damage. Do... Read More »

How Far Can You Cut Your Rhododendrons Back?

Most rhododendrons can tolerate severe pruning and come back looking better than ever. They survive cutting back to a height of 12 inches, and sometimes even 6 inches, but it may be two or three ye... Read More »

When do rhododendrons bloom?

There are about 900 varieties of rhododendrons grown from Canada to Florida. Most rhododendrons bloom in late April or May, depending on weather conditions. There are very early varieties, however,... Read More »