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 Are azaleas perennials?

Answer Azaleas come back year after year; therefore, they are a perennial plant. It is important to keep in mind that the buds for next year's blooms form in the current year, so old, dried blooms must be... Read More »
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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 »
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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 »
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Bluestem Perennials?

Native to North America, bluestem grasses are valuable not only as landscape ornamentals but as forage for wildlife and livestock. For home gardeners, these sturdy grasses are ornamental both in mi... Read More »
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How to Plant Perennials?

Perennials are plants that live for at least 2 consecutive years. Technically, shrubs and trees are perennials, but most gardeners use the term to describe plants. Perennials typically bloom during... Read More »
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