Most Azaleas varieties are evergreen and bloom for 4-6 weeks every spring. They have the hardiest root system of any evergreen broadleaf shrub. Azaleas need as much shade as possible to protect them from sun. The north or east side of house is ideal. After planting a thoroughly watering and use a root stimulator with the first few waterings. Prune and shape azaleas after they bloom. You should not prune after July 15th because they will start setting buds in late summer and fall. . Fertilizing azaleas after they first bloom and then monthly from May to August or use a slow release fertilizer that will last all season.
We have along last fertilizer to put down after their first bloom.
Just call us and we can come out give you a price and also fertilize if you want.