Well my azalea that I posted about previously that had the orange-brown leaves is in big trouble. I went to a local nursery and talked to a horticultural expert. He said I had real bad lace bug problem and it needed to be treated right away. He gave me some systemic insecticide and told me to apply every two weeks for 3 applications. I did so for my first and about a day before my second I came home and all the leaves had fallen off my azalea and were on the grown below it. I looked it over good and it had a few new green leaves here and there and the buds at the ends of the stems were a lime green. Now I know this time of year since it is cooling off they kinda get thin with foliage. So the question is should I plan on removing the azalea next spring
since it is dead or will the big man upstairs help me on this one and save my azalea and will it come back next year? Any insight will be greatly appreciated.