Posted: 16/01/2014 at 19:36
If its a deciduous azalea, its the wrong time of year. I think I would try to identify the variety, and replace it. Cuttings are best taken after flowering, taking a 6 inch cutting of the new growth in the early am,trim the top growth, and cut a sliver at the base of the cutting, a dip of hormone rotting powder, then potting in ericacious compost. Keep the cutting moist but not wet and keep the humidity high,(polythene bag on top) , and keep at about 20c with no direct sunlight. Regular checking is necessary as too warm, too wet will rot the cuttings. Rooting is variable from 20% to 90%.
If you dont like the idea then, the it will be easier to buy a new specimen. Try a specialist supplier,
Plenty of others online, a good supplier/nursery will be more than helpful over the phone. You will need pictures of the plant in bloom for them to be of the most help.
Best of luck.