Plant species: Shade Azaleas
These are the more traditional azaleas that prefer morning sun or filtered afternoon sun. For areas with more sun, check out our Encore Azaleas. Azaleas grow best in well-drained soil with regular waterings. To help roots get as much oxygen as possible, plant them about an inch above the surrounding soil level, making sure that… Read more »
Learn how to control slugs in your garden and how to control lacebugs on your azalea plants from the experts at The Good Earth Garden Center.
Learn why some of our landscape plants are showing winter damage, how to identify the damage, and how to address it and give plants what they need to come out of dormancy successfully.
Learn about azalea fertilizer, and controlling weeds and treating fungus in lawn and landscape areas.
Azaleas are one of our most loved southern landscape plants! When properly planted and cared for, they provide both an excellent evergreen presence and eye-catching blooms. A quick note; native azaleas are not evergreen but their stunning blooms more than make up for lack of winter leaves! Choosing an azalea Native and old fashioned azaleas… Read more »