Producing a blaze of color from early spring through the summer and even into the fall azaleas and rhododendrons are popular ornamental shrubs for gardens of all sizes but what is the difference between azaleas and rhododendrons. If ones rhododendron library is limited to two books pick greers guide to available rhododendrons and coxs rhododendrons azaleas a colour guide norman todd victorian rhododendron society newsletter without question this is one of the best most complete books detailing the growth and species of the rhododendron family. Azaleas and rhododendrons may be transplanted at any time during the growing season but they transplant most successfully during fall or early spring when they are dormant and temperatures are cool pruning rhododendron in general do not prune spring flowering shrubs such as azaleas and rhododendrons. Planting azaleas and rhododendrons in a spot cooled by at least a bit of shade is a step in the right direction in their proper care despite being known as shrubs that grow in shade dappled shade preferably some varieties tolerate or even prefer full sun if given enough water for example in zones 5 and 6 you can grow the stewartstonian type in a spot where it receives a lot of sun in . Azaleas and rhododendrons with their beautiful flowers are one of the best loved sights of spring producing a blaze of color these popular ornamental shrubs are however showy for only a relatively short season when in bloom
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