My husband and I recently moved into a house with a sad-looking gardenia in the front yard. After doing some research, I think the problem is that the landscapers planted it in the corner between the side walk and the front walk! My plan is to try to amend the soil with some hydrangea blue, and give it some half-strength azalea fertilizer regularly throughout the summer. Then, this fall, if it's perked up enough to risk it, transplant it to the back yard, well away from concrete. Anybody see anything wrong with this plan? Any other tips?