Answer: Azaleas grow best in moist, acidic soils and morning sun but shelter from hot afternoon sunshine. Browning leaves can indicate over watering or sunscald. Mulch over the soil with pine needles or peat moss to help increase acidity, and feed with a specialized rhododendron/azalea fertilizer (or use Miracid). All of these steps will enhance the growing conditions and help your azaleas thrive. Best wishes with your shrubs!
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