What do azaleas look like?

Answer 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 »

When do I trim azaleas?

On One Hand: On One Hand: The AutumnMany people think the correct time to prune azaleas is in the fall, when the flowers are done blooming and the bush is done growing.On the Other: On the other: T... Read More »

How big do azaleas grow?

Some varieties of azaleas grow more than 20 feet tall, while others never grow higher than 12 inches. The popular Formosa flowering azalea can grow 8 to 10 feet high. The average size of an azalea ... Read More »

Are azaleas perennials?

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 »