DaisyI said:Oh good! Now I don't have to write back and say, "Ah, ummm... Not hardy in your zone."
For the rest of your question, add some milled peat. The fertilizer brand doesn't make a difference as long as its for Azaleas. Don't fertilize newly planted plants, give them a chance to acclimate to their new home first.
DaisyI said:I would consider an azalea rated to Zone 6a marginal. If you have an unusually cold winter, your azalea will be toast.
I would look for an azalea that was rated to at least Zone 5, just because I don't like to replace plants every couple years. Here is a list for Zone 5 azalea:
luis_pr said:Why don't you research it at Indiana's Azalea Path Arboretum and Botanical Gardens in Hazleton?