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Varigated Rhododendron

Posted by conifer50 6b/7aGA (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 13, 08 at 19:38

Has anyone seen this type of varigation in Catawba Rhododendron? These were collected from a native population and were growing on a moss covered log.


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RE: Varigated Rhododendron

It looks more like a deficiency causing spotty chlorophyll development. The most common deficiency, especially in rotten wood, is nitrogen. I would try a little HollyTone and see if it improves.

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