Rhododendrons Dwarf

Dwarf Rhododendrons

The noblest of all flowering trees and shrubs

A large and spectacular group of shrubs which flower mainly from April until June. The growth and leaf size vary enormously from dwarf, alpine types to large tree forms and because of this diversity there is a rhododendron or azalea for most gardens. The more compact varieties are ideal for growing in pots. If grouped together on a large scale, they make a fantastic display. This can also be achieved on a smaller scale with the more compact varieties. Rhododendrons; A Care & Cultivation Guide

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Jobs for August

Jobs for August

If you are going on holiday, don't forget to move your potted plants to a shady place to reduce their water requirements.Harvest maincrop potatoes.Late August is an excellent time to start sowing...

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August Plant of the Month
Agapanthus (African Lily)

Agapanthus (African Lily)

Strikingly beautiful, agapanthus are bold architectural plants whose popularity is growing year on year. They have strap-like leaves and statuesque stems, topped with balls of intensely coloured...

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Camellias

Camellias

Camellias have attractive glossy green foliage and exotic flowers and are among the elite of evergreen shrubs. In northern England they’ll flower during late winter and early spring when grown...

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