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Bush with leaves wasting away

Posted by kmerrifi 5a (My Page) on
Sat, May 22, 10 at 19:12

We are pretty new to PA and have a bunch of one type of bushes in the yard that look like they are in trouble. The leaves have a lacy appearance like bugs ate them to pieces, but it is all over all of these bushes and not on any other type of plants. I have not seen any bugs on these bushes. They are in real trouble because all of the leaves are being destroyed. Does anyone know what is going on with these bushes? Bug damage? Fungus?

Thank you.


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RE: Bush with leaves wasting away

Do you know what type of bushes they are? If there is a way for you to post pictures, please do. That would be very helpful. If you can't do that, give us a description of the shrub...size, color, flower description, is it in sun or shade, etc.
Kim

Here is a link that might be useful: Kim's Garden


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RE: Bush with leaves wasting away

  • Posted by triott z5b Western PA (My Page) on
    Tue, May 25, 10 at 7:13

Are you sure it's not frost damage?


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RE: Bush with leaves wasting away

Have you ever seen Azalea lace bugs? You may want to google it and see if this matches your problem.


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RE: Bush with leaves wasting away

Sorry, I did not get notified that this post was answered. I will get a picture today. I will also google Azalea lace bugs to see if that is the problem. I don't think it is frost damage, but it could be. It will be easer when I get a picture up for you to see.

Thank you for your responses.


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RE: Bush with leaves wasting away

Here is a picture. The leaves are almost gone from this plant.

SDC10943wb


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More description

Sorry, forgot to add. The shrubs are approximately 5-6 feet tall. The leaves (as you see in the picture) are toothed and crinkly like a ruffles potato chip.


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