Diseased leaf of Hydrangea serrata Blue Bird – fungus Cercospora

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Diseased leaf of  Hydrangea serrata Blue Bird – fungus Cercospora

By Bonnie L. Grant Hydrangeas are fairly easy plants to grow in many regions. There are several forms from which to choose, each with its own peccadilloes and problems. Diseases of hydrangea are typically foliar, although root and flowers may also become infected by fungal or viral problems. In most cases, the plant is able to recover with proper care. Ailing hydrangea symptoms do often start at the leaves, even if the affecting disease is root or insect based. The most prevalent causes of a sick hydrangea will be described in this article. Diseases of Hydrangea One of the more beautiful landscape plants are the hydrangeas. Whether you like the bigleaf, oakleaf, panicle or smooth leaf variety, they are generally considered easy to care for and provide a giant display of summer color. Common diseases of hydrangea can affect plant health but also the wondrous floral display for which they

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