The azalea in the interior

The time when indoor plants stood neatly in a row on the windowsill is fortunately in the past. Nowadays we love to
experiment. And thanks to the endless choice of varieties, there’s an azalea to suit every interior.

  • Varieties that keep a low profile look good in a sturdy earthenware dish. Especially when combined with minimal design.
  • Azaleas with white flowers are perfect for a white interior. A bright dash of pink or red-flowered azaleas works well here too. Put the azalea in a modern cache-pot for a simple effect. The green-white colours also combine well with grey, beige and cream.
  • Do you like the natural look? Azaleas go very well with natural materials and colours such as brick red, wood, concrete grey, moss green, and so on.
  • Stem azaleas are a good idea for simple interiors, for example on both sides of a doorway to provide a warm welcome. Smallerstem azaleas make an impression when placed on a cabinet or occasional table.
  • It’s fun to put several miniature azaleas in a row on a cupboard.
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As table decoration

  • Cut a few blossoms off the azalea, but not too short, so they can rest on a glass with their stem in water. That will keep them fresh for some time. Perfect for a festive table setting.
  • Put a large number of azalea buds, not yet blossoming, together in a glass bowl or dish. It looks like a very original pot
    pourri.
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Make your own creations

Use azaleas for flower arrangements. You can happily combine them with such materials as ribbons, woodchips, plastic shapes, reed stems and so on. These step-by-step instructions enable you to make splendid azalea arrangements in a trice.