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azalea bush disease

It looks like a green mold on the branches, not leaves, and going from bush to bush.

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#1 Comment By shelley On 05/03/2015 @ 5:29 pm

I suspect that the “green mold” you have on your azalea branches is actually lichen. Touch it – is it relatively hard and crusty in appearance? If so, no action on your part is necessary as lichen are not harmful. If you want to remove it, it can be removed, gently, with a soapy solution.

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