e.t. and dct
emt1 at bellsouth.net
Wed Apr 12 21:08:12 EST 2000
Thank you Shale! I appreciate the lead.
I am still interested in finding out if there is any way to prolong the
blooms in case that isn't it though. Thanks! e.t.
"Steve, Tammy, Chloe and Ellysha Hale" <shale at NOSPAMwantree.com.au> wrote in
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| There is one other possibility. Your azealeas may have petal blight. This
| a fungus that occours in wrm damp weather and can cause the flowers to
| dieoff prematurly. A good garden centre should be able to identify this
| you and reccomend a fungicide.
| Happy Gardening. Shale
| "e.t. and dct" <emt1 at bellsouth.net> wrote in message
| news:eMPI4.5307$IT6.22968 at news4.atl...
| > Is there anything that will cause azaleas to hold their blooms longer?
| > was out of town for a week, and my azalea bed was blooming beautifully
| > I left. When I returned, half of the blooms had already browned. It is
| > understanding that there were a couple of days of terrible storms while
| > were gone, so lack of water shouldn't have been an issue, and I've never
| > known these guys to take on too much water in all the years I've had
| > What happened, and how can I keep it from repeating next year? I know
| > blooms don't stay around that long, but there should be something that
| > help! Thanks, e.t.
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