This early summer i planted 5 PJM rhododendron in a garden patch which receives intense afternoon sun. The plants started looking poor with orangey brown leaf edges followed by leaf curl soon after planting. Although I took care to water throughout the summer, I'm not sure if a couple of them will make the winter. I was told that this PJM variety was hearty in that it could withstand intense heat and sun. It seems nothing I plant in this yard location does well. Prior to planting the PJMs, I removed a camelia which was suffering in the same spot. I pruned and potted the camelia and moved it to a shadier backyard area where it is thriving. If there is a chance for reviving the PJMs should I relocate them before winter or wait for Spring? I still don't know if it is the just a poor location, poor soil, or watering issues. What should I replant in the location? Trees and recently planted blue star junipers have thrived in the location Kinda at a loss on how to proceed?