Rhododendron Rood

£14.99

Rhododendron ‘Rood’

Plant Fact File:

Plant Type: Evergreen Shrub
Common Name: Rhododendron
Size: 3 Litre Pot
Flower Color: Bright Red
Flowering Season: Late Spring to Early Summer
Aspect: Partial shade to full sun
Soil Type: Moist, well-draining, acidic soil
Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Description:

Rhododendron ‘Rood’ is a stunning evergreen shrub prized for its bold, bright red flowers that bloom in late spring to early summer. This cultivar is known for its large trusses of showy blooms and glossy green foliage, making it a standout feature in any garden.

Key Features:

Vibrant Red Flowers: ‘Rood’ produces abundant clusters of large, trumpet-shaped flowers in a striking shade of bright red. The bold coloration and impressive size of the blooms make this rhododendron a focal point in the garden, drawing attention and admiration from onlookers.

Late Spring to Early Summer Bloom Time: Enjoy an extended flowering season with ‘Rood’, as it typically blooms from late spring to early summer. The profusion of colorful flowers adds a splash of brilliance to the landscape, creating a captivating display that lasts for weeks.

Evergreen Foliage: In addition to its showy blooms, ‘Rood’ boasts glossy, dark green foliage that provides year-round interest. The evergreen leaves retain their lush appearance throughout the seasons, serving as an attractive backdrop for the vibrant flowers.

Easy to Grow: This rhododendron is relatively low-maintenance and adapts well to a variety of garden conditions. Plant ‘Rood’ in a location with partial shade to full sun and moist, well-draining, acidic soil for best results. With proper care, it will thrive and reward you with its stunning floral display year after year.

Versatile Landscape Use: Use ‘Rood’ as a focal point in mixed borders, woodland gardens, or as a specimen plant. It also works well when planted in groups or used to create informal hedges or screens. The vibrant flowers and glossy foliage make it a versatile and eye-catching addition to any garden.