Rhododendrons: rhododendren

Discussion in 'Ericaceae (rhododendrons, arbutus, etc.)' started by grammy, Apr 9, 2008.

  1. grammy

    grammy Member

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    Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA
    I'm new to this web site and a I have a question. We have just built a little cabin in the woods and we are surrounded by wild rododendren. Would anyone be able to tell us what we should do to clean up the debris around it, can we transplant some of it that is not to big. If it is a very "spidery" plant, how can we thicken it up. It is a wonderful border, but we are getting new neighbors and we would like to keep our privacy. Thank you. grammy

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