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My saved azaleas.

Posted by ledouchebag none (My Page) on
Sat, May 24, 14 at 6:54

These azaleas were given to me by neighbour. He was ready to throw them in the bin because they were struggling and looked dead. My dad put a layer of cow manure on them and bang off they went. They've been flowering non-stop for months. So there you go, saving an old azalea is not that hard, just throw on some fertiliser. You can see that the branches are still shooting as well.

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The view from the side. As you can probably tell, we have those pesky black birds that dig at EVERYTHING.

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