I have a customer whose three azaleas in the back yard are very pale and have brown tips on the leaves. The soil back there hasn't dried out appreciably since 2002 as best as I can tell. We had a HUGE rainfall in '03 and substantial rain here in July and August last year, which is typically a dry season. To give these plants a chance, I would be inclined to replant them in a box that's a couple of inches higher than the surrounding ground just to improve drainage, but as weak as they look, I have a hunch they won't survive being uprooted. Any comments?