A Few Tips on Winterizing your Rhododendrons

I thought that I might also share some tips with you as to how best to prepare your plants for cold weather. These tips are mostly from The American Rhododendron Society(http://rhododendron.org/) who are a great source of information for rhododendron growers. Hydration is important for the winter. If you have the ability for a good […]

First Year Plants

We are very happy to offer our customers plants that are in their first year of life.  This is a very economical way of establishing variety while learning about the growth habits of their plants.  We offer two different types of first year plants, both being “clones” of the parent plants, ensuring the characteristics of […]

Phytophthora (Root Rot) in Rhododendrons

I have received many questions about rhododendrons that could be considered “tolerant” to Phytophthora from people who have lost plants during the long, warm wet summer. Digging into the archives, I found this article that was published in 1975 by the American Rhododendron Society by research done at The Ohio State University.  Though this article […]