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Rhododendron not happy

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  • MarlorenaMarlorena Posts: 8,629
    Yes absolutely, don't prune it.. however, it is advisable to remove the spent flower heads, and to be honest it's difficult to explain in writing just how to do that carefully, so you don't remove the growing buds beneath it...  you actually pinch them out or you can use a scissors...   don't worry about it for now... get back with a photo after that bud has flowered... 
    East Anglia, England
  • FfoxgloveFfoxglove Posts: 538
    Will do x
  • FfoxgloveFfoxglove Posts: 538
    Little rhodie flowers... 
  • BorderlineBorderline Posts: 4,700
    Looks good, and maturing nicely. I'm sure next year, there will be plenty of flowers.
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