Asked by: Olivo Drosselasked in category: General Last Updated: 26th April, 2020
How big do white azaleas get?
Accordingly, how big does an azalea get?
Azaleas vary greatly in their size depending upon the specific type. According to the Azalea Society of America, there are several thousand varieties of azaleas. Large azaleas may reach more than 10 feet tall, whereas smaller varieties may only reach a maximum height of 12 inches.
Beside above, do azalea plants spread? Azaleas have a shallow root system and a wide spread. Set the shrub in a planting hole that is deep enough so that the top of the root ball is even with the ground level or just above ground level. When you plant two or more azalea shrubs in the same area, the distance between them is an important consideration.
Also to know is, where is the best place to plant azaleas?
Plant them in dense shade and they won't bloom. A good location is where they receive either dappled sun all day or sun in the morning and light shade in the afternoon. Good places might include spots under trees, or along the north side of your house.
How fast do azalea bushes grow?
Types. Southern Indian hybrids grow very rapidly. The group of evergreen azaleas known as kurume hybrids are dwarf-sized plants that grow quickly, though not as fast as Southern Indian hybrids, reaching a final height of anywhere from 2 to 6 feet depending on the cultivar.