Assorted 3 Gallon Azalea 15-18"

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Here are some common characteristics of Azaleas:

  1. Leaves: Azalea leaves are usually small, oval-shaped, and dark green in color. They are arranged alternately on the stem.

  2. Flowers: Azalea flowers come in a variety of colors, including white, pink, red, purple, and orange. The flowers are typically funnel-shaped with five or six petals, and they bloom in clusters.

  3. Growth habit: Azaleas are shrubs that can range in size from a few feet tall to over 20 feet tall, depending on the species. They have a dense growth habit and can be pruned to maintain a desired shape.

  4. Soil and sun requirements: Azaleas prefer acidic soils with a pH between 4.5 and 6.0. They also prefer partial shade, although some species can tolerate full sun if the soil is consistently moist.

  5. Toxicity: Some species of azaleas are toxic to pets and humans if ingested, so it is important to be cautious when planting them in areas where children and pets may be present.

  6. Seasonal blooming: Azaleas typically bloom in the spring or early summer, although the exact blooming time can vary depending on the species and the climate.

  7. Ornamental value: Azaleas are popular ornamental plants due to their showy flowers and attractive foliage. They are often used in landscaping and as potted plants for indoor and outdoor decoration.