Is this a yellow rhodedendron?
My sister is planning some rearrangements in her garden, and wants to move but not lose the attached established shrub.
It's beautiful, and we are more than ready to dig out a good sized ball of roots to give it the best chance to survive the relocation, but one thing had given us pause. A neighbour has said that it is possibly an incredibly rare natural yellow rhododendron bush. We had been thinking it was a yellow azalea.
It seems that yellow rhodedendrons do exist, and are A Bit Special, but we simply can't make up our minds whether it is or not. We will probably not move it at all if we risk losing a really special plant by not surviving the transfer.
Any advice you can give will be much appreciated.