Poor little Rhododendron struggling and I must do something, but what? I know it's in the wrong location now, after performing various fixes that have gone nowhere. I purchased this little hopeful 5 gallon starter 2 years ago because of it's yellow flower (which has never flowered), called a Holden Solar Flair, apparently the solar part is not good. It's current location is too hot and too sunny. I must act quickly to save it. As I have read in these forums, it's suffering from a few maladies. What treatment is to be administered before I move it? My questions are: Should I cut it back hard, cutting off all the disease, bugs, sunburns, windburns etc? Should I leave some of the leaves and spray it with something before I move it? Should I make a cake and celebrate a plant lost to ignorance? Thank-you for any information you can give me.