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PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2007 5:04 am    Post subject: Re: Azalea Reply with quote

Maja wrote:
Marcus wrote:

I love to propagate plants and see germination Mr. Green

Me to, me to!!!! (Is that some kind of disorder or just a noble habbit!? Rolling Eyes Laughing )

Well, when it comes to Marcus it's defintly disorder... Laughing Laughing
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PostPosted: Sat May 31, 2008 9:16 am    Post subject: Re: Azalea Reply with quote

Hello,
I would like to give information regarding Satsuki Azalea which I have found in my Azalea:
This particular plant is very commonly used for Bonsai. With many varieties, this plant is very hardy and has gorgeous flowers up to seven inches in diameter. Considered a shrub, the bright flowers are produced in the spring. You will also enjoy beautiful blooms during the midwinter.
The Azalea is perfect for Bonsai in that they can be trained in any style. With a defined trunk, they can be trained to look like a tree without much
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• With Azaleas, you will need to deadhead the flowers as well as the leaves quickly.
• Any new growth will also need to be removed once the blooming season is over.
• Secondary shoots need to be pruned light in midsummer and heavier in the fall.

If you to want to get more information about the respective or any other topic you can visit bonsaioutlet.com site. I have referred the sites to too many friends and they are highly satisfied with the service level of that company.
Thanks...!
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