READ MOREThe plant species, known as rhododendron, is native to Asia, and is a member of the mint family.
It is cultivated in India, China and Vietnam.
Its name comes from the ancient Greek word rhodon, meaning “bright.”
Rhododends flowers are typically found on tall trees and have yellow, orange and red flowers.
They are usually found in mid-summer, but can be found in cooler months as well.
According to a USDA-Forest Service survey, rhodods are known for their beauty and aroma, which are thought to attract pollinators such as butterflies, bees and birds.
Many rhododeons have a unique smell that can attract bees.
The USDA report also shows that rhododes are a rich source of fiber and vitamins.
Butterflies and butterflies also are attracted to the leaves of rhododedendrons, which may be beneficial to them.
Rhododes, which include a variety of species, also are a popular source of edible flowers.
One type of riddle is the rhodoben, a plant found on trees that has a sweet fragrance and is popular for making jams, preserves and sauces.
Another type of mystery riddle involves rhodoecia, which is native in Asia.
It can grow in moist soil or under bark.
It grows to be about 7 inches tall, and has red, yellow and white flowers.