colette corcoran asked 13 years ago

I have 2 Azaleas. One has flowered fabulous, the other just barely has some. They have been treated exactly the same. Could it be something to so with the position of the pots that they are in. Can they be pruned and if so when is the best time? Many Thanks Kizzy

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 4 years ago
Plants in pots can vary, one in the light, one in shade. One with a touch of root rot, one without, One went dry in summer, one didn’t.

Azaleas can be pruned lightly after flowering but it is not a necessity and pruning does not promote new growth or flowering.