I have a mock orange bush - about 10 years old, which until this year (when it has an abundance of buds) hardly ever flowered, but I believe that is not unusual. It also can get infested with black fly which I have to wash/cut off - depending how bad (as I don't use insecticides), but then we have had many a ladybird larva feeding from that so no big deal. However, now a lot of the leaves have suddenly, over the last couple of days, developed thin brown patches - as if it has been attacked by some sort of leaf miner insect - but I can't find anything out about this in any of my 'what's wrong with my plant' books, nor generally on line. Does anyone have any ideas/suggestions?
- 28 Apr, 2011