I don’t know if I can best the likes of google and wikipedia on the subject, but I can try. They are sturdy boisterous bushes that grow predominantly in moderate-climate wild mountainous regions, but are also known to be successfully grown domestically on plains. You can cut off branches and hang them on walls for aroma and ambiance. Once the leaves are dry, you can compact them and use to brew herbal beverages. The taste is very nice and it’s supposed to be good for you. If you are looking for a non-alcoholic beverage to offer at a roasted baby wild boar dinner reception you are hosting, then chilled rhododendron tea, infused with wild honey, fresh citrus fruit, and forest berries, is perfect. If your grown-up guests are looking for an edge in their glass, this is where pure clear liquors and carbonated mineral waters are invited into the mix.