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Azalea: How to care and 40 wonderful ideas for home and garden decoration

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Azalea: How to care and 40 wonderful ideas for home and garden decoration

Did you know that azalea is a plant of oriental origin that adapts perfectly to our country’s climate? This ornamental plant can be found in many different sizes from minis azaleas to plants that reach 2 meters in height.

You can use azalea in indoor and outdoor gardens to make flower beds, to plant in pots and even in gardeners. The azalea plant is easy to grow and has flowers in white, pink, red, mixed and yellow.

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Check out some environments decorated with the azalea flower and see how this plant can enhance the look of every corner of your home. Therefore, we have prepared a special post for you to learn how to take care of azalea and enjoy them in your decoration.

Azalea Flower: Decorate all types of environments

The azalea flower blooms during the winter and draws attention by the colorful and large amount of flowers in a single bush. In the most common species, the pink tones of the azalea flower petals contrast with the dark green leaves of the plant.

You can find the azalea flower in orange, coral and yellow in specialty stores such as gardens, markets, and florists. The azalea flower is widely used in landscaping projects to decorate gardens, flower beds and public squares.

An increasingly strong trend is arrangements with the azalea flower to decorate weddings and various events. Some brides incorporate in the bouquets the blended azalea flower to create a simple and delicate effect.

One of the great advantages of azalea flower in decoration is that this plant requires little care and can easily be found in the affordable market.

How to Care for Azalea: Keep Your Plants Healthy

For those of you who want to learn how to take care of azalea to use in decorating your home, here are some essential tips that can help keep your plants beautiful and showy at all times. Remember that azalea is a rustic and easily managed plant.

The azalea plant is always genetically modified to produce different kinds of species, but the way how to take care of azalea does not change. Below is a list of how to take care of azalea so that you can enjoy this flower for a long time.

Soil preparation

For soil, prepare a mixture with garden common, sand and organic compost

 Mix two parts of soil (1 sand and 1 organic compost)

Sand is important for root drainage

expanded to facilitate drainage

Lightness and wind

The azalea plant needs at least 4 hours of the direct sun If you want to plant azalea in the garden, choose a place protected from the wind When planting the azalea flower in a pot, beware of excessive wind or rain.

How to water the azalea plant

The azalea plant does not need much water as it can rot its roots

 Excess water causes fungus to appear

Water the azalea plant enough to make the soil moist.

Azalea Pruning Care

Cut dry or too long branches for the azalea plant to breathe

Prune to remove the dried flowers and encourage buds to blossom

Pruning should be done between October and November after flowering

To combat azalea pests, prune and use products such as copper oxychloride.

Azalea blooms in the form of a bush during winter and its flowers last a few weeks. You can propagate through cuttings on well-drained land to produce abundant flowers.

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Azalea Plant: Decorate the Garden in Winter
The azalea plant is ideal for you who enjoy gardening and always look for colorful, resistant and beautiful flowers. In landscaping, the azalea plant is used to adorn flower beds and outdoor gardens.

Another utility for the azalea plant is the demarcation of areas in landscaping with low or high hedges. In places where garden decor needs a color during winter, azaleas are a great alternative.

You can also use the potted azalea plant to decorate windows, dungarees, balconies and even to decorate backyard paths. One option for decorating indoor environments is the bonsai azalea.

Bonsai azalea should avoid dark environments, but must preserve the plant from intense sunlight. Watering should be constant because its roots dry quickly. You should never fertilize bonsai azalea during flowering. You should replant bonsai azalea every two years and reduce the root by 1/3.

To keep the potted azalea flower always beautiful indoors, keep the soil moist and the plant near a window. Azalea flowers need at least 4 hours of direct sunlight.

You can combine the color of azalea flowers with white porcelain cachepots that have the same color details as the plant.

Check out in following images many ideas with Azalea plants to decorate your home and garden.



































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