The Q&A Archives: Planting azaleas

Question: How far apart should azaleas be planted from each other?

Answer: This depends on what specific variety you are planting. Check the mature size for the variety you have and plant them far enough apart to allow space for each plant to reach its full mature size without crowding. For example if the mature width is three feet wide, plant them about three feet apart measuring from the center of each plant.

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