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- My ancestors settled in Georgia from Austria in 1734. A cousin recently told me she had some azaleas that had been brought over by our Salzburger ancestors. I haven't seen them yet, but I'm guessing they're more like the naive (wild) azalea. She says the blooms are orange. Do you know of azaleas brought from Europe, or are azaleas native to North America.I'm wondering if perhaps an ancestor simply transplanted azaleas from the original settlement to their new home a bit farther away.
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Palm Coast, Florida
Last year I had a row of 8 azalea plants, the leaves on 2 of them started having leaves turning red, yellow, and orange.
Soon the 2 started thinning out to where I replaced them. The others are great.
Now the same thing is happening to a few others in a different location, this morning I noticed quite a few red orange leaves.
All the others are a nice dense green.
Any idea as to why and what can be done ?