The United States National Arboretum recommends planting azalea bushes in either early spring or early fall in soil with good drainage. Azalea plants do not need to be planted deeply, and should be watered once a week for the first year.
- How Far Apart Do You Plant Tomatoes?
- Temperature Range to Grow Tomatoes
- Do Deer Like to Eat River Birch Trees?
- Will A Clogged Exhaust on Lawn Mower Stop The Engine?
- When to Plant Grass Seed in West Virginia
- How Tall Does a Caladium Get?
- How Long Do Sequoia Trees Live?
- Can Avocado Trees Live in Tennessee?
- Is a Corn Kernel Seed a Dicot or Monocot?
- Can I Root Plumbago From Cuttings?
- Are Ficus Trees Poisonous to Children?
- How Many Pounds of Topsoil in a Yard?