Are Azaleas Toxic?

Answer Azaleas are landscaping plants found in many yards and gardens. Gardeners with children or pets should take note, however, that the azalea is toxic to humans and animals. Ingestion of the azalea ca... Read More »

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How Toxic Are Azaleas to Pets?

Azaleas, also called rhododendrons, are flowering shrubs and small trees that produce pink and purple blooms. While attractive in your yard, they can be health hazards for pets. Doe... Read More »

How much sun do azaleas need?

Azaleas come in many varieties of color, and some are deciduous while others are evergreen. While deciduous azaleas (North American varieties) do well in full sun, shade is preferable for evergreen... Read More »

What do azaleas look like?

In the mid-Atlantic United States, azaleas typically bloom from mid-April to mid-May. Over 10,000 named varieties exist, according to the Azalea Society of America. The shrubs looks similar to rhod... Read More »

How do i transplant azaleas?

Plant azaleas in well-drained soil or in a raised bed. Dig a hole three to four times as large as the root ball. Mix peat moss or organic compost into the soil removed from the hole. Remove the pl... Read More »