viscosum azaleas and water
The directions on the "Lemon Drop" and "Pink & Sweet" plants I'm considering buying say, "Plant in moist, well-drained soil." But since the other name for these is "Swamp Azalea", I assume that means I can plant them in an area that sometimes has water in it. I'd like to plant several of these near a small seasonal pond that often almost dries up during a hot dry summer. As the water recedes, ferns grow and cover the area where the water was. Next to this ferny area is an additional area that is wet and sort of mushy in the spring, but not visibly under water. It also will have ferns growing naturally, and is where I'd plant the viscosum azaleas.
This certainly isn't well drained, but they're swamp azaleas! OK, or not??? Anyone with any experience with these?