The Q&A Archives: pjm rhododenron and purple hardy rhododenron

Question: I planted them in June and they really haven't grown at all. I've fertilized them with quick start and water frequently. They have a southern exposure with some morning shade and afternoon sun.

Answer: If you planted in June, and they made it through the heat of the summer, I think they were spending their energy becoming established in their new homes. They won't grow much in the hot weather but you should see lots of new growth next spring and possibly a little this fall. Just be a little more patient with your rhodies and once they establish they will grow well and flower nicely for you. Best wishes with your rhodies!

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