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By Johnmw

Dorset, United Kingdom Gb

Any ideas - a deciduous azalea we've had for about two years in a pot. Looks very healthy with no sign of yellowing leaves - now about three feet tall but not a sign of flowers which of course is why we bought it.



It is possible that it's too young, or, if it was in flower when you bought it, and you potted it on, it's enjoying growing and isn't concerned about flowering again for a while until it thinks it's mature enough in the pot it's in. It will, and probably next year, now you've asked for advice! If it looks healthy it'll be fine

16 Jun, 2013


Feed Feed Feed.....The Ericasious Feed And then plant it in the ground, They are not happy pot plants.

16 Jun, 2013


Very, very sorry to the two of you but I just got sidetracked and completely forgot to say thanks for your most helpful ideas. So, 5 months late - THANKS.

22 Nov, 2013

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