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Greenhouse in a Box | Gardeners Edge

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Steve, thank you for the guidance.  I am now re-convinced that my long-time methods of not using a greenhouse for propagation and growing are better for me,
Mike Creel
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Feb 11

Searching for Name of Deep Maroon Formosa Azalea

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You are talking about Red Formosa, a sport of Formosa that for me in central South Carolina has cold tender flower buds  Mike Creel, SC USDA Zone 8a
Gary Brooks
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Feb 8

How Are You Doing???.........Elaine Sedlack

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Hi there Please I need a quick favor? Thanks Elaine
Elaine Sedlack
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Feb 6

Upper buds on Occidentale SM30, Crescent City Gold - Growing in Sout

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Thank you.  I would appreciate such photos.  I think that detailed photos of native azaleas and rhododendrons - taken in all seasons, particularly during
Mike Creel
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Jan 30

Re: Upper buds on Occidentale SM30, Crescent City Gold - Growing in

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Mike, I agree with Harold. Your photo shows growth buds. Attached are 2 photos from this morning. 0647 is one of a group of plants that were pruned in late
Occidentale
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Jan 30

Please help! I have a question

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Hello there Please could you help me. Last summer my Azalea was absolutely beautiful... Blooming and healthy. This summer however, without having moved the
Sea Paradise
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Jan 29

this is for the "ask Us " page

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27 January 2016 Greetings, Joey, I'm in La Crescenta and have not only many beautiful azaleas, but also many beautiful rhododendrons, both the lepidote and
Joeyfhc@...
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Jan 27

My azalea has been blooming for 6 months!

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Do you have a photo? A close up of the flowers and leaves would be helpful in identifying it. Some of the Hirado mucronatum hybrids have very long, almost year
Yarrow Pellbring
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Jan 27

Re: (unknown)

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Good day, Many years ago I was employed by Fischer Greenhouses in Linwood NJ. We forced hardy, non florist azaleas for ValentineÆs Day through MotherÆs Day
Bob Stelloh
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Jan 25

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Hi Donna, I doubt the exact information you are looking for exists as every variety of azalea will have slightly different chilling requirements and except for
Donna Rumbaugh
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Jan 23

trouble with soil

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Mark, From my experiences in the central fall line sandhills of South Carolina, your soil sounds pretty good for azaleas, providing excellent drainage as long
mark ragan
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Jan 23

Azalea and bullfrog growing together

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Hi Mike, We live on a hillside and had an spring in our yard. It created a boggy area and flowed into our pond. I couldn't mow the boggy area so I landscaped
Mike Creel
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Jan 21

Azalea Society Seed Exchange - First Time Offers

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Mike Hexaploids should be fertile in both directions. We have not grown enough hexaploids long enough to know for certain. Hexaploids appear to have larger
sjperk5
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Jan 17

Flammeum wild hybrid looks much like vaseyi in flower and bud

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I am more familiar with flammeum that any of the species I grow and flammeum does very well anywhere in our sand hill.  Flammeum hybrids seem to never have
Mike Creel
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Jan 14

Joe Schild's Cumberland Gold

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Does anyone in the group grow Joe Schild's Cumberland Gold?  I was looking through some older azalea photos and found these two.  I wonder what the habit of
Mike Creel
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Jan 11
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