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Re: Cathy/Azaleas and Canines

In a message dated 12/13/2002 10:25:01 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
chr@bellsouth.net writes:

> Deer like azaleas. At least they do around here.
>  Crystal

Here, too.  I have azaleas that only bloom way back inside the bush - they 
get pruned down every season.  I haven't seen a good bloom in years.  
However, I should note that the native varieties I grow, Rhodendron 
calendulaceum, R. viscosum, and another I'm not sure about, don't get eaten.  
These are deciduous.  The ones that the deer eat are the evergreen varieties 
which are not native.

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