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If your azalea leaves are yellowing, you may have them in an area with too much sun. These plants can live in full sun, but will often be weaker than azaleas grown in part shade. You should also check your soil's pH. Azaleas need acidic soil. Apply a dose of sulfur to alkaline soil.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|