Rhododendrons are wildly popular due to the spectacular beauty of their clusters of brightly-colored blossoms. With blossoms available in shades of pink and purple, red and white, explode during the spring and summer months. During winter, many varieties have large green leaves year-round, and some of them grow fast.
Rhododendrons are a fantastic option for those looking to add pops of color in the summer and volume to their garden year-round. With over 1,000 different species of rhododendrons available, you’ll have plenty of variety to choose from. To give your Rhododendron the best chance to thrive, you’ll need to consider the soil, sun, space, …
As a novice gardener, you know that each species of plant thrives in certain environments. Some trees and flowers crave direct sunlight, while others require extremely moist soil. When it comes to the magnolia tree, there are certain conditions where the species grows best.
When I first was planting some gardenias in my garden, I wasn’t sure how big they would get. So, after doing a lot of gardening with them and doing some research, I thought I’d write this helpful article to explain it. Also, I give some useful information about gardenias, so let’s go!