Rhododendrons catawbiense is a native evergreen rhododendron that has leaves that droop during cold winter days. In fact this is the one off my back deck that I will often look at during winter months to see just how cold it is outside. Winters here are drab and dreary for the most part, but temps are all over the place so it’s a great visual reference for temperature when the sky can look the same for days. This is one of those weird corks that I have educated clients about with the purpose of promoting a visual interest during winter months. Great post was done by @indefenseofplants about this phenomenon couple years back and was able to find it. http://www.indefenseofplants.com/blog/2017/12/11/why-do-rhododendron-leaves-droop-and-curl-in-the-winter #plants#rhododendron#nativeplants#garden#gardening#landscape#landscaping#evergreen#tennessee - 12 minutes ago
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