Austins for the Maritimes?
I am utterly discouraged with the poor health of my three Austins.. Winchester Cathedral, Teasing Georgia, Falstaff. I have grown and loved these English types for years on the west coast of Canada, but 2 years ago this month moved to Nova Scotia... the wind, fog, and salt seemingly have all but killed my beloved Englishes. I have these 3 in a sheltered location, and they receive tons of sun, but still are really sad. The explorer types in another location are doing well enough, but sadly I just don't love them the same way. Any suggestions perhaps for better choices or do I really have to accept this prognosis and perhaps shovel prune them by next year at latest?