About Plant Sizes:

All Rhododendrons grow to different heights in their lifetime, and so do they start their lives growing at different heights.  We do our best to match price with age of your plant.  The options that are given are for plant size which helps in determining the maturity, and to some degree the age of your plant.  Some plants that grow to only three feet will only be two feet tall in a five gallon contain, however the root system will be completely developed in this container. We have created the guide below to help you understand what you will be receiving when you order this size plant.  If we are out of the size that you have purchased, we may upgrade you to one size larger at no additional cost to you.

Rooted Cutting Pre-Orders:  These are due no later than Oct. 1 and will start shipping April 1 based on weather conditions.  Ordering rooted cuttings is a great way to achieve variety of Rhododendrons in your garden.  Rooted cuttings can be tricky if you are just starting out as a rhodie gardener.  They need to be planted right away into well drained soil in a container that can be mobile to ensure proper warmth and sunlight. Rooted cutting are very susceptible to environmental conditions.  We will warranty the plants, but we can not cover the shipping in this warranty.  If your cutting fails after the first six weeks, we will issue a credit in the amount of the plant(s).

Rooted Cuttings:  These are available for a short period of time between the time they are rooted and when we container plant them.  See notes about Rooted Cuttings Pre-Orders on handling. These cuttings are warrantied for their first six weeks.

One Gallon Containers:  These rhododendrons come in various plant sizes and will be rooting into a one gallon container.  These range from being a stem with leaves to being a stem with multiple branches.  They are usually one-two years rooted. These plants can range from six inches tall to 24 inches tall.

Two/Three Gallon Containers:  These rhododendrons are rooting into a two or three gallon container.  They have been potted up from a single gallon and are on their way to maturity.  They can range in height from 12 inches to 40 inches tall.

Five Gallon Containers:  These rhododendrons are plants that are usually three or four years old and are rooting into a five gallon container.  Depending on the plant, they can range in height from 18 inches to 40 inches.

Seven Gallon Containers:  Our largest plant we sell.  These are beauties!  These plants are at least half way to their mature age.  Rhododendrons that grow to be large plants are trimmed to keep them a size that is shippable. These are ready for instant landscape!