Finnish Dwarf Rhododendrons
Being from southern New Jersey, when you think of rhododendron you probably think of that enormous green bush that puts out huge purple flowers in the end of spring. Well there is good news, these varieties grow only to about 3-4’ tall and just as wide. They are a true dwarf variety that requires no trimming, or pruning to keep them that size. They can tolerate full sun conditions, but prefer partial to filtered sunlight. They will survive in shady conditions but they amount of flowers will be less. They bloom quite profusely with a variety of colors including white, pink, deep salmon, and red, in late spring and early summer.