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Healthy azaleas can be pruned to within a few feet of the ground.
Another bed created a border with Aztec grass and small azaleas.
In the woodland garden combine with hostas, ferns, and the repeat blooming Encore azaleas.
However, do not prune shrubs that will bloom this spring, including azaleas, forsythia, pieris and camellias.
For a 3- to 5-foot hedge, consider dwarf yaupon holly, Chinese mahonia, dwarf sasanqua, dwarf oleander, azaleas, Indian hawthorn, nandina and Rotunda holly.
Make the most of dry days while tackling some winter chores: ▪ Remove old flowers from camellias and azaleas to avoid petal blight.
Inspired by her flower gardens in Venezuela, Herrera used punchy, cheery botanical shades like marigold, cerulean, cherry red, and azalea pink.
In his free time, Dr. Dinker enjoyed working in his garden and was especially proud of the magnificent azaleas and rhododendrons that thrived there.
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