Azalea Plants

Care of Azalea


Anonymous added on June 8, 2016 | Answered

I bought and planted 2 healthy azaleas about 2 months ago. The buds were already on the plant at time of planting. Since planting the flowers came out but seemed short lived, as in about 2-3 weeks they drooped and died and the leaves are also now dropping and thinning out. They are planted in an outdoor bed facing east with a dripline, as they are covered by roof lip. Get a lot of morning sun but I may have let them dry out too much before watering, as I wasn't sure if dripline was delivering as much as they needed. What should I do now? Just today I watered them with a capful of vinegar just in case acidity was not high enough. Thanks for any help! PS: my Rhodies also seem to have stopped growing in same bed.


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Downtoearthdigs
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Answered on June 9, 2016
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