i asked a question a few weeks ago about my Ceonothus that seems to have something going on with it. i have it on good authority that the type of Ceonothus i have does suffer a bit during the colder months, AndrewR advised me to give it a bit of a trim once new growth starts, this i have done, but the new growth seems to have developed the same problem. the tip of the leaf browning. we have'nt had any frost for a few days (proberly since new growth started to get on way) but yet every single leaf new or old has this browning - so i am wondering is it a virus? if so is it treatable? - this area is quite compacted with other plants and i don't want it to spread. or is there the possibilty that this is still frost damage we did have some very cold weather over easter - snow etc but no frost for a while. what is everyones thoughts? don't want to loose it but would rather cut my losses than a nasty virus spread onto other things.
- 1 Apr, 2008