Azalea after a soft wash of rain.
My azaleas have all been moved except for one, at least a couple of times. I have heard it said that a true gardener is always digging and moving plants. I will go with that thought, and not that I am crazy and eccentric. Always a work in progress!
I have all my azalea's now on level 4, of my side, cottage garden, which by the way is on the north side of the house. This is the last one to bloom each year. I have azalea's that bloom from March through June. Makes my heart so happy.
This may be my favorite azalea, but then again it depends which one is in bloom at the time.
6/27/2014 12:43:09 pm
Oh I wish I did! It was one of the first ones that I planted over ten years ago, and of course have moved at least twice. Sorry.
6/27/2014 05:27:18 am
I've never grown azaleas (the soil is too sweet I think) but this one is just so beautiful, I'm envious.
6/27/2014 12:50:21 pm
The soil here is so rocky. I think it grows rocks overnight, but we are able to have beautiful azaleas and hydrangeas. I came from western Kansas where it is just to cold and dry to grow them, so I do love being able to have azaleas.
6/29/2014 01:07:28 pm
Thank your for the lovely comment and I am so glad I am not the only one who is in constant change. :-)
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