Most sites say to avoid rhodos. when deer are a problem. I have a big deer problem!
I am re-doing my foundation landscaping --zone 6, red-brick Colonial house that sets high on the property. I have in mind a 3 layer planting--vetical evergreen against the house, yellow rhodos in the mid section and a boxwood hedge for the front planting. I want a very tradional look.
Suggestions for the evergreen row? Must continue to out-grow the height of the rhodos.
What experience do you have with the capistrano /yellow flowering rhodos. Deer damage, hardiness etc. I am "open" to other yellow rhodos as well. Yellow looks the best against the house.
I am taking out lots and lots of Delaware VW azaleas that are overgrown but looked great against the house for years.So no white . Thanks