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A successful dome pot after one year

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I started doing woody cuttings of native azaleas in outdoor domepots in the early 1980s and rooted my first pot of winter dormant cuttings in 1990.  Here is a
Mike Creel
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Re: value of Azalea [1 Attachment]

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Mike, I think within a couple of years, you won’t be able to see where your plant was “pruned”. Formosa is a good grower, and we have to cut ours back
David Nanney
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Aug 26

value of Azalea

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An employee of the electric authority butchered one of my Azaleas. The breed is a Southern Charm Formosa with light red blooms. It is 15 feet wide and 6 feet
Michael Beveridge
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Aug 26

branches suddenly broken off

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Hi Gloria, If the wood on both sides of the breaks looks healthy, then it must be some mechanical force. The most obvious is the weight of the branch. The
JOHN MADAFFARI
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Aug 23

poison plants

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Hi Mike=, Jezebel started blooming mid-July, but didn't put on the normal show because of the drought conditions.  I had another one rooted from the parent
Robin O'Sheal
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Aug 17

big old azalea declining

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this is from the ASK US page, so please send me a CC So I moved into my home 25 years ago and this azalea was almost its current size back then, so it must be
Craig Turner
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Aug 17

planting azaleas in the fall in NC

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They can actually be planted anytime the ground isn't frozen. Most people prefer fall planting. It gives the roots time to get established before the stress
jan julien
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Aug 14

This is from the ASK US page, so please send me a CC

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Found Carror at Pender Nursery in Garner, NC (near Raleigh, NC). Maybe wholesale. http://www.pendernursery.com/Catalog/Types/WoodyOrnamentals.html?page=15
Gregg Davis
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Aug 14

When to plant in Raleigh NC

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I live near Raleigh NC. We have recently removed trees for sunlight and I would like to plant several azalea bushes. Can I do it now or do I wait for early
ncnanajan@...
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Aug 12

Barbara Stump is Retiring

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Barbara Stump is in the news. http://www.ktre.com/story/29738272/longtime-azalea-garden-botanist-retiring Bill --
William C. Miller III
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Aug 9

Unexpected results of Zoom Macro with smart phone

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I am very new to smart phones, having used a flip phone for years and recently upgrading to a Samsung Galaxy 4smart phone, but one with a 13 megapixel
Mike Creel
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Aug 8

Canescens with yellow eye from Mississippi

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In 2007 I either rooted or grew from a plant a canescens with yellow eye, found in Missippi by my friend Buddy Lee.  The plant is in one of my holely pots in
Mike Creel
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Aug 8

Pesticide questions

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Hi Dick, thanks for the reply. I will look for the Bayer product you mentioned Jim Willhite Malvern, PA
jwillhite23
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Aug 6

Re: New type of cutting? [1 Attachment]

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No, I just cut the bare legs from the lower part of a stem sent to me for rooting.  The leaves had already fallen from that portion of the stem.  So I
Barry
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Jul 29

New type of cutting?

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For years now I have rooted deciduous azaleas from bare cut off stems when a primary cutting is too long for my liking. Now I am trying something new to me,
Mike Creel
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Jul 29
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