Prefers medium moist, well-drained, nutrient rich, acid garden soil. Doesn't like high level of groundwater. Suitable for urban conditions.

Evergreen rhododendrons do best in part shade, preferring morning sun or dappled afternoon sun, and need protection from direct sun (especially winter/spring sun), and also from winter wind. Can be planted as solitaire (single) or in groups, also in formal or informal hedges. Maintenance pruning is best done after flowering to improve shape.

Deciduous rhododendrons – azaleas do well in full sun or part shade (about four hours of sun). Planted in full sun, azaleas will be more compact and floriferous. When planted in part shade, they will stretch toward the sunlight and form a more graceful habit; flowers will not be as plentiful but will last longer. Flowers appear before and as leaves emerge. Prune after flowering if needed. Cut out any damaged or dead branches and cut back leggy stems to shape plant.

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