Saturday, October 15, 2016

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day October 2016

Northeast Mississippi, USA zone 7
'Encore' Azalea, Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, October 15, 2016
We have been vey dry, but a slow drizzly rain yesterday gave my Azalea the strength to open its buds. Encore Azaleas bloom in the Spring and again in the Autumn.

Happy Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!

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  1. Rain makes all the difference.

  2. The 'Encore' azaleas are wonderful bloomers, aren't they? I lost mine to drought, but I really want to add more to the garden.

  3. No encore for our azaleas in upstate New York. Most of my area has had its first frost - for some reason we usually get frost about a week after everyone else. But I've taken my cuttings of plants I hope to try to overwinter. We'll see.

  4. Beautiful bloom--love that color!

  5. I love azaleas and this one is just lovely!

  6. So lovely! And I'm quite envious--I had two 'Encore' azaleas that were given to me, and they bloomed the first year but then died after one of our harsh winters. Wish they were happier here.


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