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Viburnum

  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2021
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jpea

Morning folks, very chilly it is too with an extensive ground frost, glad I got my fleece down on the veg beds.

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pelly

Morning Jeremy, that’s so pretty. We’ve had a hard frost too 💁‍♀️🌸❄️

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juliesgarden

Pretty 🤩

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anges

Morning JP, we've escaped the frost. That's such a pretty picture of a pretty flower 🌸🌸🌸

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hebelover

Morning 🌸 Very pretty

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  • Season Icon Early SpringEarly Spring 2021
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jpea

Can't wait to see this burst into flower

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  • Season Icon Mid SummerMid Summer 2020
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jpea

A lonesome flower on my Viburnum, I'm not sure it should have started yet?

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  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2020
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jpea

Please help me identify this plant and what's attacking it? I cannot see any bugs on either side of the leaves just sandy like substance. I don't even know what the plant is PlantID

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tash74

It's a Viburnum - probably one of the deciduous ones like x carlcephalum. The back of the leaves on mine are sandy too. They often get eaten by viburnum sawfly larvae - hard to spot. Or it may just be something fungal. Either way, mine usually does this during summer but is better in Spring when it flowers.

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jpea

Thanks Natasha, very much appreciated. I might spray with bug and fungus stuff but not keen to hurt innocent beasties @tash74

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ublaszko

I've never had any saw fly larvae so I don't know what the damage looks like. This also looks like green fly damage.

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tash74

I never bother spraying mine, by the time this happens they've flowered and other plants have the limelight. They always recover just fine for the spring.

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