Rhododendron Mix brings colour accents to the garden
The Rhododendron Mix four colours will transform your garden into a beautiful sea of colour. When this mix is planted in a group in the garden, its viewers can hardly take their eyes off it, so beautifully do the colours shine in the combination of red, white, purple and pink. The rhododendron also cuts a fine figure in a solitary position in the garden with its large, funnel-shaped flowers. As its flowering season usually lasts from May to June, the Rhododendron Mix in particular stands out with its variety of colours before all the other plants conquer the garden with their flowers.
The Rhododendron 4 Colour Mix
can be used in many different ways.
This rhododendron mix is just as suitable as a hedge plant in a group planting as it is as a solitary plant in parks and gardens. Its bushy growth makes the rhododendron particularly suitable as a hedge because, even if it does not bear flowers, as an evergreen plant it protects the property from outside gazes. Its dark green leaves are largely covered by them during the flowering period from the beginning of May to the end of June. The rhododendron is also a real eye-catcher as a plant and also delights patio owners with its splendour of flowers. It thrives best in a semi-shady to shady position. For perfect growth, the rhododendron prefers an acidic garden soil that is well-drained.
The rhododendron is a very bee-friendly plant
The flowers of the rhododendron offer native insects a particularly large amount of nectar and are therefore very popular with them. Because the rhododendron mix blooms very early in the year, it is particularly valuable for bees and bumblebees and is constantly approached by them. The Rhododendron Mix is not only a joy for insects, but also a feast for the eyes of the garden observer. As with all plants, it is important to water the Rhododendron Mix regularly, if you notice that it is rolling up its leaves, this is a clear sign that it urgently needs to be watered, by rolling up its leaves the Rhododendron Mix is trying to reduce its evaporation surface.