Transplanting azaleas


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Well I have an evergreen azalea that is around 5'5 tall that I would like to transplant as soon as possible. They finished blooming around a month ago. I know that they are best when transplanted in fall but would it still be ok if I do it now?
 
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Well it's not ideal, but should still be doable as long as it's not too hot where you are. Make sure you give it a lot of TLC afterwards!
 
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You can move it now but its going to get hot soon and it just might not make it, f you can wait until fall you have a much better change of it doing well in the spring.
 
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Well they would be transplanted in dappled shade along with where all the other azalea bushes are so I don't know if that makes a difference but I want it out asap so I may just get rid of it worst case.
 

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