If you are looking to buy a selection of these lovely Rhododendron Yakushimanum plants and arent sure which varieties are best – then you are on the right page! Let us choose 5 great quality plants in a good range of colours for you, and get 20% off the price of buying them individually.
Our plants are available in a range of sizes and are perfect for shady containers on your patio, larger rockeries or as evergreen low maintenance space fillers in flower beds, and of course at the front of a woodland garden.
1.5 litre pots are bushy little 2 year old starter plants, already 12-20cm high and wide, they are great value.
5 litre pots are 3-4 years old and substantially larger at 25-30cm tall and wide.
10 litre pots are 5-6 years old and will already measure 30-50cm tall and wide.
20 litre pots are 7-8 years old, 40-60cm tall and wide depending on variety and are perfect for more instant impact.
Our collection contains 5 plants, 1 plant each of these varieties:
Dopey – bright red, Fantastica – white and pink picotee, Grumpy – Cream and pink flowers, Kalinka – bright rosy pink, Percy Wiseman – Creamy pink flowers from darker buds.
(Should any of these varieties be sold out at the time of despatch we will substitte with other super varieties in a very similar palate of colours.)
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Our Rhododendron yakushimanum collection are grown for the beauty of their flower trusses, produced in ever increasing numbers each year as the plants develop making these plants a solid long-term investment. If space allows, they are at their best when planted in bold groups and with a mix of varieties it is possible to have flowers in succession from March until early June. They also go well with deciduous and evergreen Azaleas.
Although often seen planted in the dappled shade of a woodland setting, these tough plants will succeed in full sun. The plants in our Rhododendron Yakushimanum collection are ericaceous plants and so they should have acid soil that is well prepared and free draining. (Check to see if they are growing in nearby gardens if you aren’t sure about your soil). If your soil is alkaline, they can still be enjoyed in your garden if grown in large containers or raised beds filled with Ericaceous compost.
Yakushimanum Rhododendrons dislike cultivation immediately around them (their roots are very close to the surface) but they do benefit from a light mulch each Spring to conserve moisture. This will also discourage weeds making these plant both beautiful, and very low maintenance.