|Mature Height||6-10 Feet|
|Mature Width||5-6 Feet|
Lavender Rhododendrons provide a lush, elegant accent to any outdoor space, all year long. Huge, fragrant purple blooms will explode with grwth every spring, making your yard an incredible sight to behold. There is no match for the versatile Lavender Rhododendron, which the National Arbor Day Foundation calls one of America’s most beautiful plants.
Lavender Rhododendrons will reach mature heights of 6 to 10 feet, ideal for smaller spaces, garden accents, or foundation hedges. It keeps its glossy, leather-like leaves all year long, making this plant the perfect embellishment for every landscape design.
The Lavender Rhododendron is a drought-tolerant and highly adaptable plant, isn’t bothered by diseases or pests, and deer won’t be tempted to nibble a bite.
Hardy and low-maintenance, adding Lavender Rhododendrons will bring bursts of color to your yard, along with amazing foliage. This is one of our top-selling plants - don’t delay in ordering yours today!
When do Lavender Rhododendrons flower?
You’ll see the signature large purple blooms burst open every spring.
Where should I plant Lavender Rhododendrons?
Lavender Rhododendrons love light, so be sure to plant them in an area that receives full to partial sun for most of the day.
How do I shape my Lavender Rhododendron?
The Lavender Rhododendron can be lightly pruned to the shape and size you desire.
Your new Lavender Rhododendron loves sun, so plant it in an area that receives at least 4 to 6 hours of full or partial sunlight a day. Spring and fall are the ideal times to plant, but any time of year will work as long as you avoid extreme heat or cold.
For best results, dig a hole about twice the size of your shrub's root ball, place your shrub, backfill the soil, and mulch the surrounding soil. Finally, water the area to settle the roots. If you are opting for a foundation hedge, plant your Lavender Rhododendrons about three feet apart.
Give your Lavender Rhododendron a deep watering once your soil feels dry to the touch, down about two inches.
You'll know that spring has arrived when beautiful purple flowers emerge on your Lavender Rhododendron. After your flowers have bloomed, fertilize your Lavender Rhododendron with an acidic fertilizer for an acid-loving shrub.