Hi there. Im very new to all this gardening malarky so please be gentle!! I have aquired a healthy wild rhododendron which is approx 3ft x 3ft. It was dug up by my dad on the roadside (works for council clearing verges). It has a large shallow rootball. My main question is... Will this survive being planted into my garden. I know they require acid rich soil and assume mine must be as it grows conifers really well. I dug the whole 10" deep and added some eracious compost then planted the rhodo into it,with the top of rootball being level wirh the surface of my garden. If it will survive, i would like to keep it smallish so it doesnt take over. Can thos be done with pruning? Also,what species of rhodo is it likely to be? Thanks.