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by Celery on May 20, 2004 06:13 AM
I have recently started a rectangular outdoor garden in front of my house, 19 ft. by 3 ft., in which I have just planted a row of Azalea bushes behind and a row of Impatiens flowers in front. I know that the Azalea bushes require an acid environment. My question is, if I spray the Azalea bushes with MiracleGro fertilizer, will the acid environment do any harm or damage to the growth of the nearby Impatiens plants?
by Storm on May 20, 2004 08:21 AM
Coffee grounds I tell ya. Read the previous thread on Azalea's....I used the coffee grounds and have prize azalea's now.

Thanks to you guys.

Then you don't have to worry about your problem.

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by Nako on May 20, 2004 06:00 PM
Miracle gro might be a bit of a problem with impatians. I buy plants without any blooms so i can watch them bloom. So the week i furtalized it, and when it was about to bloom, all the buds fell off >.< Sooooooooo ya, Miracle Gro might not be the best choice for Impatians. It might, but i'm pretty sure thats the reason the buds fell off.

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