I have a small dwarf azalea. It's been established about 3 years. The
long, late freeze we had really took a toll on it. No blossoms, leaves all
died and fell off. Well, it's coming back pretty strong. What I want to
do is put it in one of those large, all weather pots to put on the patio.
I'm in zone 5. I researched the Azalea Society website and really did not
find an answer to my question. I might have missed it. Can I take the
plant from the ground and put it into a pot this time of year or should I
wait until next spring? If I can, is there anything special I need to do
to ensure it a comfortable transplant?
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