Q.How To Keep My Indoor Azalea?
Besides keeping soil moist, what do I need to do? It appears that it may be root bound. Should I transplant and with what kind of potting soil? Do I need to do anything else to sustain it? Like do I need to separate roots or anything like that?
Use ericaceous, well draining soil for hydrangeas, camellias and rhododendrons. Place the pot on a south facing window so it gets some sun this time of the year. Ensure the pot has plenty of water drainage holes or drill more holes. They set dormant flower buds a few weeks to about a month after they finish flowering so prune -if needed- right after flowering. More info: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/shrubs/azalea/azalea-plants-in-pots.htm