Plants By Type
Rhododendron Azalea - Rhododendron Calendulaceum will provide years of pleasure when added to your property and is valued for its beauty, fragrance and rich color.
Rhododendron Calendulaceum 2-3' so distinctive is the blossom and the splendor. This shrub grows on mountain meadows and also at times on limestone, beech and open coniferous forests ranging up to 2200 metres. In short, the shrub is found to grow from sea-level to the sub-alpine zone. There is in fact an assortment of uses. In the realm of Wisley, RHS gardens in Surrey, the plants are being grown in the form of medium-sized hedges and these are used simply as a rootstock for many of the ornamental cultivars of azaleas. How are the seeds used then? As per records, these seeds are best sown in a greenhouse the minute it gets ripe during autumn and provided artificial light. Well, the seeds can be sown alternatively also and at this time a calmly shaded part of the warm greenhouse in late winter or in a cold greenhouse during April is ideal.
While other plants in your yard will die off and desert you when winter comes, Evergreens remain steadfast, offering greenery to an otherwise bleak yard. Add Evergreens to your yard to enhance it's natural beauty.