Q.Can I Plant Two Or More Azalea Rooted Cuttings In Same Large Pot While Repotting?
In the past when I repot single azalea rooted cuttings they looked much thinner and spindly than those in the nursery store. This year I put two or three small rooted cuttings in a one gallon pot and some in a 3 gallon pot. Am I making a mistake to do this? I want my plants to be more full and bushy.
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Yes, I would do that. But start with the 1 gallon pot and as they outgrow the pot, move up a size. It is detrimental to pot a plant in too big of a pot as you end up overwatering it.
You can pinch off the tips to make the plant bushier.