I installed about 30 azaleas, caladiums, crepe myrtles in a customers yard about 2 months ago. Up until last week, things were looking great, there was an occasional stem dieback, but for the most part things were good. When I arrived last Friday, the entire back half of the yard looked awful...3/4 of the new plants were dying. The top half of the yard looked great!! The customer had an irrigation problem early on and when I asked them if the sprinklers were hitting the plants, their response was "we haven't checked to see." I thought I would come unglued! Anyway, now what...if all of these die due to no water, do I pay to replace all of the plants? These are really good customers and I don't want to loose them, I just want them to take care of the plants!! Thanks all I appreciate your responding! Gravely W!