Questions for Rhodyman
Well it's that time of the year again. I recall your commentary last year as to the overuse of Hollytone on 'established' rhody's and azaleas and will be taking that advice on a go forward basis.
While I still intend on using it selectively on the newer additions to the garden (If I remember correctly you mentioned a 'sulpher' product. Any other considerations relative to the 'trace elements' that you would recommend would be appreciated
Thanks in advance.
Fwiw, I've had one mucronulatum bloom (almost continualy since last fall's mild weather). It may be Pink Panther or Cornell Pink. Figured it would be a lost spring for this one, and lo and behold it is now again in full flower. I don't understand as the flowers were most assuredly done in by winter yet I still have a plant (it's a 5'er) that is in full flower and obviously did not set new buds, unless the 'clusters' did not flower in total over the past few months and what I have flowering right now is what didn't bloom in Nov/Dec.
Other mucronulatums (species and hybrids) are also about to flower as well. Rhodyman, it looks like we survived another winter and will be able to view spring in all of it's splendor.