How do you plant an azalea in your garden?
How can I also improve my azaleas' health?
These are some tips:
- Pruning: Azaleas don't need much pruning. However, you can shape your azaleas immediately after they bloom.
- Watering: If there is a drought, your azaleas may need additional irrigation.
- Feeding: Azaleas do not require any additional fertilizer if they are in good soil with an organic mulch.
You may also wonder, "How do I make Azalea potting mix?" The basic Cornell University potting mixture uses equal amounts of vermiculite and peat moss. An 11-5-11 fertilizer can be added to the mix. Also, it is possible to skip the dolomite limestone recommended amount. This acidic mix makes it suitable for azaleas. A simple soil test kit can be purchased at a garden center to check the pH of the mixture.
You may also wonder, "How do you propagate Azaleas?"
The azalea stem cuttings should be cut just below the point of leaf attachment. Take out all the leaves and flower buds from the bottom third. Each cutting's stem ends should be dipped in a rooting hormonal. Inject the lower third of each cut into the medium.
What is the average time it takes for azaleas grow?
There are two types azaleas. The evergreen azaleas (sometimes called Japanese azaleas) are smaller and take longer to grow. They can reach up to 3ft (up to 90cm) after 10 years.
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