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Where is the azalea originally from?

  North America has 16 native species which are all deciduous. Japan and Asia have a number of species azaleas and many of them are evergreen.
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How do you care for Azaleas?

These set their buds in the fall, so if you want to have spring flowers, you do any necessary pruning in the spring after they have flowered. They may not be hardy in cold wea (MORE)
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Are azaleas deadly?

Every part of it. It will be just like poisoning yourself it you eat anything from it. The leaves the leaflets, the flower, the pollen, the entire thing. So when you want to m (MORE)

How do you prune azaleas?

Azaleas should not require pruning. If the bush is outgrowing the space cut it back hard, you will lose a years flowers but it will recover. I would consider moving it and rep (MORE)

What is the definition of azalea?

An azalea is a flowering bush or shrub, either of two subgenera of the genus Rhododendron. They differ in many respects from the other types of rhododendron, most notably form (MORE)

When do you pick azaleas?

I'm not sure what you mean by "pick". Do you mean like go to the store and find an azalea or pick like cut the blooms for arrangements?
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