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(6)Thanks for the quick, multiple answers! I've passed them on. Barry
(3)Thanks, Joe! I have a second "Companion Plants" essay scheduled for next month, focusing on Heucheras. Hope it's useful! Barry
(40)Hi Jim, I'm going to guess that it's leaf gall which is caused by a fungus. I don't believe I've ever seen it on a native azalea, but that's what it looks
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(5)Thanks again, Andy, I definitely know more than I knew a few days ago! Barry
(9)Thank you, Barry and Jim. This discussion also helped me (as well as well as Will Ferrell) to finally identify a highly variable Satsuki that I had just
(7)One of the reasons that most people avoid the Exbury deciduous azaleas in the Northeast is the sawfly larvae’s ability to destroy all the spring growth
(3)I believe Electric Lights Azaleas (2 cultivars) are being marketed by Baily Nurseries as a First Edition brand under license from the University of Minnesota.
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