5 years to reach maturity
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Poor Man's Rhododendron Overview
This plant is an evergreen perennial or subshrub growing to an average height of around 1.5m. Foliage is oval and toothed, measuring roughly 15cm in length and organised in whorls of between 6-12. Flowers are blousy with wide petals, coloured pale pink or white and sometimes possess darker markings. These are produced in pairs or singly at the growing tips of stems.
Common problems with Poor Man's Rhododendron
How to propagate Poor Man's Rhododendron
Or by stem cuttings in spring or summer.
Other uses of Poor Man's Rhododendron
Mixed bed, shade, border, containers.