Question About Autumn Fire Encore Azalea

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I live in NE FL and have an area on the side of my house that gets sun pretty much all day. I want to put azaleas there; is it too late to plant (because of the heat; it gets into the low 90s); we do get rain nearly every day.

Dayle Vickery Asked by Dayle Vickery 4 months, 5 days ago
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Wings Io Answered by Wings Io 2 days, 17 hours ago
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Answer #1 · Matt Heidke's Answer · It is not too late to plant. There are two planting seasons for the Azaleas, spring and fall. A lot of the Encore Azaleas (including the Autumn Fire) are coming back onto the availability lists as the fall season approaches. You should be OK to get them planted. You can find them here:

https://www.togogarden.com/plants/perennial-plants-for-sale/autumn-fire-encore-azalea-ericaceae-rhododendron-hybrid-roblez-ppaf-2-gallon/36250305)

Matt Heidke Answered by Matt Heidke 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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