What would spring be without the kaleidoscope of colors proffered by the stately rhododendrons with spectacular blooms set off by handsome foliage? Their close relative, the largely deciduous azaleas, are also seasonal stars with mostly airy, delicate looking flowers. Not to be confusing, but, botanically, all azaleas are
rhododendrons, but all rhododendrons are NOT azaleas.
Learn which is which, how to grow these hardy, tried-and-true plants, and some of the most lovely cultivars in the Digital Edition of the Spring 2022 Issue of WellesleyWeston Magazine.