2Re: [azaleas] BLOOMING AZALEAS
- Oct 11, 2003kosacktree wrote:
> I have two azaleas that have been blooming for about the past 5 or 6Cheryl,
> weeks. They are not as full as they were in the spring, but I can
> not get over the fact that this is almost the middle of October and
> the blooms are really pretty. Sorry to say I don't have the names,
> this was before I was concerned with them. I do believe one
> is "Gillie" but don't know for certain. Here in south central
> Virginia the weather has been rather spring like.
> Will this have a bad effect on their bloom come spring?
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Next year's buds for next year's flowers began to develop in the summer,
and mild weather in the fall and winter may push some of the buds into
flowering. I expect it will reduce the flowers for next year. It is not
likely that you will experience conditions between now and next spring
which would result in the development of new buds. So what you see
now... is at the expense of what you will see next spring.
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