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Are Azalea's still in season?

Posted by parupudi 8/9a (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 10, 07 at 10:33

Hi,

I have 2 types of Azalea's in my flower bed. One is the Hinode-giri Pink Azalea and the other is Snow White with large petals.

The white ones did bloom covering up the whole plant a week ago and now they are all gone. I am wondering if they will bloom again or are they done for the season? When is their next season? Do i need to fertilize them or prune them now?

The pink ones are still blooming. But i see that there are not many new buds.

I have pictures of these but i have no clue on how to attach images here.

Thanks
Pavani


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RE: Are Azalea's still in season?

These two bloom once each spring. They sometimes sport (open a couple buds) during the fall or winter.

There are a group of azaleas called Encore Azaleas that bloom in the spring and then start blooming again in summer. They are grown mainly in the SE USA.

Here is a link that might be useful: Encore Azalea


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RE: Are Azalea's still in season?

ok, here are the 2 pictures of my Azalea's. I am not really sure if they fall under Encore variety or not. Can you please tell me?

Thanks
Pavani

Here is a link that might be useful: Pink Azalea


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RE: picture of Azalea's

Here is the link to the Snow White(that's is what i think) Azalea

Here is a link that might be useful: Snow White Azalea


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