Indoor Azalea Care?

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Indoor azalea care is not always the easiest task. Azaleas require at least one to two months of cold weather or cold temperatures in order to bloom the following year. Caring for an indoor azalea requires a person to prune the plant as it begins to branch out of the pot. Replanting the azalea should be accomplished about every three years in order to make sure it does not become pot-bound. The soil should be allowed to dry before the plant is watered again.
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1. Place the azalea in bright but indirect sunlight when about to bloom. Keep it entirely in the shade, out of intense, indirect sunlight when not blooming. Ideally, the temperature
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Azaleas like dirt mixed with decomposed saw dust. They also like cool and partial shade. Some are know to grow in full sun. You always want to make sure that there soil drains good.
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Sorry Wize, here in SC it gets pretty darned toasty out and the azaleas are glorious. They like acid soil as Wize said. Good cheap source is Epsom salts, sprinkle on soil, water in.
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1. Water carefully. The key to keeping an azalea happy is to get the watering right. They want compost that is permanently moist, but they do not want to have permanently soaking
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Indoor Azeleas need some bright light and temperatures on the cool side. It will also need to be pruned in order to make the stems branch out. They also need about ...
1. Place the azalea in bright but indirect sunlight when about to bloom. Keep it entirely in the shade, out of intense, indirect sunlight when not blooming. Ideally ...
1. Place the azalea in bright but indirect sunlight when about to bloom. Keep it entirely in the shade, out of intense, indirect sunlight when not blooming. Ideally ...
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