This azalea picture comes from our garden. We have one planted on each side of our rhododendron as you can see the rhododendron leaves in the picture. The one tip we learned was to trim or cut back the azalea right after it is done blooming. This seems to work well because we get these great blooms every year.
|Plant Type - Shrub||Light - Shade|
|Zones - 6 to 8||Size - 1 foot to 5 feet|
|Bloom time - Spring||Tips - They like pine bark, pine needles or wood chips|