We have a four-year-old azalea planted on the east side of our house. The plant is stunted with few blooms each spring. What seems to be the problem?
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It sounds like it has a nutritional imbalance of some kind. There are several nutrient deficencies that can cause this, but the most likely is phosphorus. Add a phosphorus rich fertilizer and have the soil tested for other deficiencies.