Leucothoe axillaris, has anyone had success with this one?
Sorry for cross posting, it was by mistake.
These end of season sales always get to me. I brought home another impulse buy, a Leucothoe axillaris that is just so healthy and pretty taking on some red tones for the fall. The photo on the tag of spring bloom closed the deal. [g] Now I get home and read posts from people who have found it fussy and don't grow them any more. Would like to figure out how I can have better luck with it. Any experiences would be helpful.