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by njoynit on April 15, 2004 04:59 AM
ok folks my azealia did not bloom this year it had few blooms last year(actually only one branch but was moved to new house so thought THAT was "Y")& believe I have planted it in too much shade.It don't really get hit with any sun& its leaves get yellow between fertilizeing with azealia fertilizer.

I'm looking for TX gardeners or southern z 8b folks to see how much sun they let theirs get and what time of day sun so can move my monster again...I'm good at moveing plants....just not chooseing locations.I'll be back the 24th

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by Jiffymouse on April 15, 2004 06:05 AM
njoynit, i have one that is in full sun, one that is in mostly shade, and one that is in no sun. the no sun is the only one that didn't really bloom. so as long as it gets a couple of hours a day (morning or evening) it'll be ok.
by njoynit on April 25, 2004 08:10 PM
ok well thats kewl& now will have till the next big rain front to decide where to move her.

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