Rhododendron Morning Cloud Yakushimanum A beautiful evergreen shrub with dark green narrow foliage, Rhododendron Morning Cloud Yakushimanum produces big hot-pink flower buds that open to stunning pale pink blossoms in mid spring. The flowers are big and showy and contrast beautifully against the large deep green leaves. This rhododendron hybrid belongs to the group crossed with species originally found on Yakushima Island, Japan.
Height and Spread of Rhododendron Morning Cloud Yakushimanum Compact and low-growing, this Rhododendron will achieve a maximum height of 50 centimetres to 1 metres, with an expected maximum spread of 1 to 1.5 metres.
How Hardy is Rhododendron Morning Cloud Yakushimanum Fully hardy in the United Kingdom, Rhododendron Morning Cloud can survive in areas where winter temperatures drop to -15 degrees Celsius.
How To Use Rhododendron Morning Cloud Yakushimanum This is a beautiful specimen shrub that steals the attention wherever you decide to plant and would look amazing in mixed borders or grown pots and containers to add interest to a patio, terrace, or rooftop garden. It stays compact as it grows, so it makes a great focus of interest shrub for smaller gardens.
How To Care For Rhododendron Morning Cloud Yakushimanum Rhododendron Morning Cloud likes partial shade and acidic soil that is moist but well-drained. To make your Rhododendron happy, regularly apply a good mulch and mix to keep soil nice and moist, and feed with ericaceous feed to prevent foliage from yellowing. To encourage more prolific flowering, be sure to dead-head.
Apply regularly a good mulch and mix to keep soil nice and moist, and feed with ericaceous feed to prevent foliage from yellowing.