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Question: Our landscape has old azaleas with leaves on the top but very little foliage on the bottom.
Frequent and generous rainfall the past couple of years has caused lots of root rot problems with plants such as citrus, azaleas, bottlebrush trees and many others.
Don’t prune evergreens now, such as conifers, boxwoods (Buxus), hollies (Ilex), azaleas and rhododendrons.
Botany cannot go farther than tell me the names of the shrubs which grow there,—the high-blueberry, panicled andromeda, lambkill, azalea, and rhodora,—all standing in the quaking sphagnum.
It’s ringed by azaleas and a weeping cherry tree for spring blossoms and a laceleaf Japanese maple, more than a century old, for vibrant autumn color.
Lace bugs attack pyracanthas, Boston ivy, sycamores, bur oaks, chinquapin oaks, azaleas, American elms and boxwoods, among others, turning their leaves the same pale tan color.
Major pruning time is over for azaleas, bougainvillea, camellias, gardenias and poinsettias.
Keep the berms in place and give the azaleas extra care through next spring.
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