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Azalea/Rhododendron > Flowers > Failure to bloom, buds damaged

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Winter injury

  • Leaves turn brown from the tip back and curl under
  • Peeling, sloughing, splitting or cracking of bark near the soil line
  • Fail to bloom because flower buds are damaged
  • Branches or entire plants may die back

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