Azalea Plants


Anonymous added on March 3, 2015 | Answered

Friend has an azalea bush that is shaped like a fountain spray. In bloom and not in bloom it is gorgeous. Could you tell me if it could be pruned to grow like that? Thank you!

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Answered on March 5, 2015


Thank you for sending us your gardening question.

Ideally, azaleas are pruned to their natural form rather than sheared into some arbitrary shape. A fountain spray shape sounds very free-flowing and more natural versus a rigid shape like a square, so it is quite possible your friend pruned it to look like that with some well orchestrated snips of his/her shears. You can also turn azalea bushes into miniature bonsai trees if you are interested in some really creative pruning.

For more information on pruning azalaeas, please visit the following link:

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