AZALEAS, AZALEAS, AZALEAS!


My neighbor says that I must have some good soil because most of my plants just keep showing off their lovely flowers and he doesn't have a single bloom on anything in his garden, lol!
Encore Autumn Bravo Azalea flowers are blooming.
Encore Autumn Angel Azalea is trying to bloom
Tried to show the many buds on my Encore Autumn Sangria
The azalea everyone thought was an escallonia!
Assorted Azalea
Wissahickon Rhododendron

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  • Judy4justice
    on Nov 13, 2013

    Is there a special fertilizer for Azaleas.I have one that has been here for over 2 years and just recently(in fall) got its first bloom.Everything else in my yard has done fabulously, except for that one Azalea.Thanks.

  • Pamela F
    on Nov 13, 2013

    n spring, just after the blooms fade, apply mulch and fertilize with a controlled-release, acid-forming fertilizer such as cottonseed meal or commercial azalea/camellia food. Do not mulch in fall; this will hold heat in the soil and delay the onset of dormancy, increasing the chances of winter damage. And don’t fertilize before bloom―you’ll encourage leafy growth at the wrong time

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