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Help please! We have (had!) a beautiful escallonia hedge growing between our driveway and the neighbor's. There were approx. 10 plants. I believe this is their 3rd year and they were thriving, getting so large and bushy they needed trimming last summer. At some point in the past few months, they ALL died. We're not sure when it happened, but suddenly noticed the other day that they are as dead as a doornail. They are other plants nearby (a camilia, some euyonomous, hydrangea that seem unaffected. What could possibly have killed off all those escallonia? Thanks for any help! Denise
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