Rhododendron Plants

Planting Rhododendrons


ddufour06 added on October 12, 2013 | Answered

I want to plant 3 different rhodos together. What is the optimum distance between them?


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AnnsGreeneHaus
Answered on October 13, 2013

After determining the mature size of each variety, add the diameters of each plant, and divide by number of plants. Example: if all 3 plants you've chosen will have a mature diameter of 8', plant then 8' apart if you want a hedge look, or 10' apart if you want them to have a little room between them. If you have one plant that will be 6' and another at 12', they should be spaced on 9' canters or further.

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