Azalea leaves appearing dwarfed and red....any suggestions?
I have an Azalea, planted as a one gallon in 2002 and last summer I noticed one side was dying back and the leaves were half the size they should have been. There are a total of 15 Azaleas in this bed and the rest are thriving.
This little shrub actually bloomed this spring and I can find no signs of pests. It's putting out shiny new leaves but they're not getting any larger than what's shown in the pics below.
I don't know the name of it, but it's a common red-flower azalea. Can this plant be saved??
This is what all the other plants look like:
And this is what the dwarfed plant looks like: