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Azaleas and Rhododendrons are in the same family and both under the genus Rhododendron. Azaleas are subgenera of Rhododendrons and share many of the same characteristics. Rhododendrons are very well known for their outstanding floral displays and their beautiful evergreen foliage. Rhododendrons need acidic soil, between pH 4.5 and 6.0 to grow. Rhododendrons are native to North America and Asia. Some of the best flowering cultivars of both Rhododendrons and Azaleas have been coming from China and Japan. Azaleas are generally less hardy than true rhododendrons, and many azaleas lose their leaves in the fall, but have good fall color.
Both species prefer part shade and acidic soils. Before planting, take a soil test to determine how to best treat the soil. Adding sulfur to the soil will help decrease the pH to an acceptable level. Bees are attracted to the flowers in the spring, making this a good pollinator friendly plant. There are many pests that can affect azaleas and rhododendrons, including deer, but they typically do not show a lot of damage from insects and diseases.
For spring color, they are of the showiest shrubs. Put them in a protected courtyard, fenced area, or out of windy sites, and you will have an excellent shrub for year round interest!
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