Improved Rhododendrons Bloom Longer, Thicker & Brighter
Discover new evergreen Rhododendrons that have huge, oversized blooms.
Rhododendrons grow a little larger than Azaleas and generally do better in mountain and colder climates. You often see them used as a privacy hedges.
The improvements in the varieties we carry are amazing.
All are easy to grow and arrive with well developed root and branching structures.
We grow them longer than most nurseries so you don't have to wait.
Grow an Abundance of Long Blooming, Thicker, Brighter Rhododendrons!
Our Rhododendron Shrubs are chosen for their ease of growth and their huge, vibrant blooms!
Brighter Blooms currently carries Yellow Rhododendron, Red Rhododendron, Lavender Rhododendron, White Rhododendron and the Mary Flemming Rhododendron. You'll get large, fragrant blooms that practically demand comments of adoration from friends and neighbors.
Beautiful, well developed plants are ready to ship now!
Whether you enjoy softer hues of butter yellow, light pink and pure white or bold shades of red and purple, our selection is sure to please. The rhododendrons that we select for shipping are well developed with strong root and branching structures. What this means for you is that you won’t have to wait several years to truly enjoy your plant. Instead, you can enjoy huge blooms in your plant’s very first year!
New gardeners love them!
Rhododendrons make a great housewarming gift for young couples who are just starting out on their own. These plants are remarkably easy to grow and they certainly add awe inspiring value to any landscape. However, the gift of a rhododendron is likely to start a lifelong love of gardening!
The rhododendron is native to a wide range of areas all over the world. It is also a plant that has been around for centuries. In fact, tales of this breathtakingly beautiful plant date back to ancient times. The first known mention of the rhododendron appeared in a historical record that dates back to 401 B.C. From that point onward, the rhododendron shrub has continued to gain notoriety worldwide. With over 900 different species currently recorded, it is fairly simple to find one that fits your fancy and your landscape.