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Old 09-09-2018, 03:59 PM
 
Location: Madison, Alabama
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No, you donít. Have you given it some acid fertilizer?
Not specifically, but it's near enough to the edge of the lawn that it gets some. Plus, it's planted with an entire bed of azaleas, also acid-lovers, and they all bloom just fine. It also gets plenty of morning sun, but none in the afternoon.
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Old 09-09-2018, 04:58 PM
 
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I'm really sad and need to vent a bit. I'm very into the many, many rhododendrons around my home.

He was supposed to wait until I was home so I could direct where and how much to trim. Instead, he just took off with shearing them all the way back.....all you can see are dead wood, bare stems etc. He only left the tops.

I am so disturbed, hope someone understands. And NO, they will not grow back...

Yes, I know someone will say "it's just shrubs" but they were my joy and he did exactly what I asked him not to do....

Just venting, I know of no solution.
You can sue for damages in small claim court.
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