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Do azalea bushes lose their leaves in the winter?
Azaleas are either evergreen or deciduous. Deciduous azaleas drop all of their leaves in the fall. In dry weather,they may drop their leaves earlier than usual. Their leaves then grow back in the spring.In warmer climates or unusually warm winters, deciduous azaleas may retain some of their leaves through the winter.
Do azaleas need water in the winter?
Does azaleas bloom in the fall?
A lot of Azaleas bloom in the springtime with a great display, and that's all they'll do for the year. But some Azaleas bloom in the spring, repeat bloom in the middle of the summer, and then bloom again in the fall.
How deep do you plant azaleas?
Dig a hole 1 to 2 feet wide around the base of the plant. Dig as deep as the roots are growing, typically about 2 feet deep. Try and get as much of the root ball as possible. Once you have the plant out of the ground, use the same steps as above to plant the azalea in the new location.