My azalea bushes have turned a ‘reddish’ color in the past few days. I have never seen this happen in the fall any other year. I’m afraid they are diseased. Can you advise me if the bushes are infected? And if so, can they be saved, or must I remove them?
We have recently transplanted an azalea from another garden. It now has a sage green coloured fungus which is situated between the forks of the branches. Need to know if this is fatal or whether it can be treated, and if so, how?
Something is causing almost all of the foliage (leaves) to drop off the branches as if my azaleas are dying. I think I can see what I have been told is BLUE SPOT. What can I use to save my azaleas?
Leaves brown and white, looks like mildew, but it’s not affecting the new growth. Also, doesn’t bloom as much as it should.
My azaleas have new growth only at the ends of the stems. The stems, other than at the ends are bare. I had very few flowers this year and the plants look dreadful. How can I get the plants to fill out and become healthy for next year? Are these symptoms of near death experience requiring removal and replacement of the plants? Thanks, Bob
My azaelas have not bloomed in 2 years. Any ideas as to why? I feed them, water them, and nothing. Not sure if they need to be replaced.
The leaves are curled and brown. What should I do, remove plant? Thanks.
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