I have several George Taber Azaleas which are browning. This browning starts at the leave tips, eventually working down to the base of the leave, and finally killing the leaves. I have a couple Azaleas which have completely died off. Can you help me solve this problem? Don S.
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
I would say that its a moisture issue. It does not look like a fungus and I do not see any pests. The leaves next to the brown ones look quite healthy. Up your watering and cut back the dead branches. Once they are back to healthy go ahead and fertilize in the fall.