One of the first signs spring is near is when the Azalia’s are blooming.
We planted ours about 35 + years ago and they have always performed quite well.
I wanted to plant Azalia’s because my grandmother loved her’s so much and every time they bloom I think of her. They are a gentle reminder that even though she passed away many years ago some people always leave a footprint on your heart & soul.
Azalia’s are not a lot of trouble you just have to remember not to trim back past the first of October or they will not bloom in the spring.
The beauty of these plants is the show they put on each spring as a gentle reminder life is full of beauty take the time to enjoy the view.