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  • Bob Stelloh
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    Message 1 of 1 , May 1, 2004
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      >Date: Sat, 01 May 2004 09:35:32 -0500
      >From: "David W. George" <davidwgeorge@...>
      >Subject: SAD, SAD, SAD
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      >Not one bloom from my one year old Stewardsonians, forgive the
      >spelling. I planted 3 five gallon azaleas last Spring and had
      >beautiful blooms. This year nothing.
      >I do believe the soil and drainage are right but wonder about the
      >placement on the west side of my house. We did have temperatures
      >down to about 5 degrees last winter, nothing odd there. Is it
      >typical for new transplants to skip a year of blooming? Have I done
      >something wrong?
      >Please reply, very disappointed in S.E. Indiana.
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