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Here, it is best grown in a pot or it can spread too easily in a moist area.
Maybe Acer negundo (Manitoba maple) and some type of willow.
They stripped a 4' Rhododendron luteum here a few years ago. Luckily new leaves broke out. Somebody on here suggested the sawfly, can't remember...
You could check out azalea sawfly.
I wonder if Norman C. Deno's "Seed Germination Theory and Practice" would be useful to you. Apparently it and the supplements can be downloaded...
They are edible. Kind of a mild taste to me, not very sweet.
Looks to be Cornus kousa,
Wondering if it is some type of Gaultheria, maybe G. procumbens ?
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Try Colchicum autumnale, fall crocus.
They like acidic soil and cool roots.
They'll do that.
There is a cultivar called 'Red Fox', could that be it ?
Magnolia, or related.
Is your tree a named cultivar ? It's probably had fertilizer applied.
'Green Arrow' and 'Strict Weeping' are quite narrow.
I'm growing 'Green...
Some of the small leaved evergreen azaleas might work for you, many take pruning well and can be quite floriferous. Maybe even a few of the...
looks like some kind of Euonymus.
If you decide to go with more conifers maybe Microbiota decussata would be worth considering.
Cottony scale ?
Yes, a hazelnut, probably the native Corylus cornuta .
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The damage looks severe in the worst possible place it could be. I would definitely take the exchange for a healthy...