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in : Pots & containers: Spring
1Put a layer of crocks in the bottom of the container, then fill it two-thirds with ericaceous compost.
2Plant the campanulas around the edge of the container where they'll tumble over the sides. Plant the azalea in the centre. Top up with compost, firming around the plant.
3After the azalea has stopped flowering the campanulas will keep going well into summer - they'll overwinter happily in their container. Cut them back if they begin to look messy.
24/11/2011 at 15:27
I love Azaleas and this combination is great but watch out for the campanulas they seed all over the place even in my clay soil, do look lovely though and you've got them forever so thats a bonus.
24/11/2011 at 15:29
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