Spacing Considerations & Azalea Planting

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How to properly space your plants when in the planting process explained by a horticulturist in this free botany video. View Video Transcript

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Jose Zuniga

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Hello! My name is Jose Zuniga and I am a professional gardener. Today I am representing We are going to talk about spacing your plants properly. One thing you need to take into consideration is your location. On this particular site I have selected today, as you can note there is a sidewalk right on my left side and then the regular sidewalk that adjoins to the street right behind me. What we need to do is we need to space it properly. We need 1 foot away from my left side sidewalk, there’s 1. One foot from the back of the sidewalk and then what we do is place down the shrub right here and every 3 feet you place one plant every 3 feet and that is basically the procedure that we are going to follow. So that’s going to be 1, 2 and 3, set it down. We are done with that. Just repeat that every 3 steps, 1 every 3 steps. Let me show you. That’s 1, 2, and 3 and replaces it. Get a hold of 2 more. That’s going to be 1, 2, and 3, down. One, 2 and 3 down. Come on guys. Let’s go get the rest of them so that we can finish this.