European wild ginger
Hello. This is my first posting, and I need help!
I have European wild ginger growing throughout my yard. It thrives to the point where I'm always giving clumps away, however in a shady patch between my house and my vegetable garden, there is a clump that is succumbing to a black blotchy fungus-looking disease that causes the plants to rot. A foot away from this patch, separated by a slate path, is a patch of healthy specimens in an even shadier spot under some ancient rhodos.
Can anyone offer a suggestion as to what is afflicting these E. W. gingers, and advice as to whether they can be rescued or removed?
Thank you much for any help you can provide.