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Can I Grow My Azaleas Outdoor in Texas?
Ask The Expert: AzaleaÂ plants, are they ok to plant in Texas?Â The weather is so warm in summer and cold in winter. - Gloria
Flower Shop Network Plant Expert Reply: Gloria,
Most azaleas are hardy in zones 7 -9, so they should fine in Texas. If hot temperatures are present try planting them in a filtered sunlight area with bright light and mulch. Dense shade is not good for them.
As for the cold, make sure they are mulched properly before going into winter. For more information about azaleas in your local area drop by your local nursery garden center. The professional nurserymen at your local garden center will know what azalea varieties grow best in your area.