Here is more about what we do. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! For 35% HP, add 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon to a gallon of water. It’s raining here in Portland so I’ll wait a couple of days on the spray. If so, now is the time to treat them.… Read more », Hi Helga, I posted last month about my endless summer hydrangeas possibly having anthracnose. Diagnosing this is relatively easy as hydrangea rust looks different than most … There is a fungus called Nectria that causes cankers on trees and shrubs. This year I took a lot of the deadwood off early in spring. They are turning black around the edges and have some black spots in the middle. Caused by the fungus Cercospora hydrangeae, leaf spots first appear as small circular brown or purple spots near the plant’s base. In answer to your question about spraying the plants nearby: Yes! Left unchecked, the fungus can infect the newly developing buds and stunt their growth. This important bacterial disease first manifests as blight in the leaves and flower clusters. Hi Helga! I would recommend the same fungicides listed in the response to the second to last question below. And thank you for providing pictures! There are no spots. How about the leaf curl? Symptoms of diseases that may infect "Annabelle" include leaf spots, a white, powdery coating, soggy, decaying leaves and brown, decaying flower buds. Unfortunately, this kind of fungus develops resistance very quickly. I’m sorry that your hydrangea plant is manifesting symptoms. There, the leafs and shoots are being covered with a white coat which spreads onto the entire plant little by little and thereby kills it. The spots and the browning on the leaves could be the fungal disease Cercospora left spot. It looks like you caught it fairly early. Variety or Cultivar 'Annabelle' _ 'Annabelle' is a small, bushy deciduous shrub with broadly-ovate, dark green leaves and very large, spherical heads of white flowers in summer. It could be fungal or bacterial leaf spot, and the treatments are different. That’s a sunken lesion in the bark. Also, I still use the serenade treatment. Last year the blooms it tried to put out we even stranger looking. Thank you for providing pictures. Leaf spots form, … This fungal disease looks like round, orangish spots on the underside of hydrangea leaves. I am in zone 7 (East Texas) and we have sandy soil. Actually I did try to move my damaged hydrangeas outside one day in the balcony when it was nice and sunny but the tiny new leafs soon got sunburned, the leafs became pale and quickly died. The one that is all sticks was the one that was iffy last year and they have not bloomed in 2 years. I have attached pictures of both. You can also identify it by cankers that form on stems and branches. But fungi are very good at developing resistance to fungicides. Hi Tina, I’m so sorry that your hydrangeas and other plants are showing such dramatic symptoms. Be sure and disinfect your pruning shears after you are done. The plant itself is very hardy at H6 making it perfect for the British climate, particularly Scotland. I thought the disease on your hydrangeas was powdery mildew because there are spores on the top of the leaves. I cut the affected leaves/branches and now I can see new lesions in other sections of the plant. Today I had to clip the leaves off by 50%. These three are the most common viral infections that you are likely to encounter: If your hydrangea has brown spots or rings on its leaves, there is a good chance that it is infected with hydrangea ringspot virus. Could this have caused the decline? Based on your post I am thinking maybe bacterial? Our hydrangea files; Planting the hydrangea ‘Annabelle’ You can plant your hydrangea too well in spring and autumn. Leaf diseases. It might not be anything that you did wrong. The leaves are always green and healthy – it’s just the blooms during the 2nd bloom period that are a light brownish color. Hi Helga, many thanks for getting back to me. However, more severe infestations can cause both wilting and root rot. Other Hydrangea Diseases. The infestation looks severe to me, so I would definitely suggest treating it. The spray you provided contains neem oil, a natural fungicide, but it might not be strong enough to kill this kind of fungus. Hi Roger, Thanks for the status report! These particular plants are about 6 years old. I am aware of the “rust” blight that hydrangeas sometimes have but I thought that was specifically a leaf issue. Could you possibly post pictures? I am in the UK, it’s been unseasonably sunny and dry so far this year, but this fungus has appeared – I’m worried it’s honey fungus but no mushrooms are apparent. I can’t find recommendations for a particular fungicide for this pathogen. Disease Leaf spot, powdery mildew and rust sometimes afflict "Annabelle" hydrangeas. Leaf Spots (Cercospora species and Phyllosticta hydrangea), Anthracnose (Colletotrichum gloeosporioides), Bacterial Leaf Spot (Xanthomonas campestris), Read more about identifying and treating anthracnose on hydrangea here, 19 of the Best Cool-Weather Crops for a Productive Fall Garden, 12 Easy Ways to Extend the Harvest Season, read more about growing azaleas in this article. There is also a very nasty fungus that can cause spots on the stems and the leaves to die back. Container-grown specimens may be prone to vine weevil attack and some plants will be damaged by frost. You can also apply the fungicides chlorothalonil or thiophanate-methyl. Hi thank you for the informative article. Last year I sprayed a broad spectrum insecticide/fungicide/miticide: Monterey Lawn and Garden Fruit Tree Spray Plus. That starts with a gray film over the flowers. The branches of Hydrangea 'Annabelle' bloom annually. I have a couple of shirobana gaku ajisai that are being hit really hard with what looks like Anthracnose and some kind of leaf curl. I’m glad that you are bringing a company in. In some cases, plant parasitic nematodes can transmit the viruses. The symptoms sound like the plant might have Phytophthora root rot – a hideous disease. The other is struggling to push out new buds and looks like the other did 4 weeks ago- bare with small leaf buds. Hydrangea (/ h aɪ ˈ d r eɪ n dʒ i ə /) common names hydrangea or hortensia, is a genus of 70–75 species of flowering plants native to Asia and the Americas. If you have a susceptible plant, you can protect it with copper hydroxide (Kocide). Thank you for providing pictures! Thanks, Hi Roger, I am delighted that you like the website. 2014 (1) 2018 (1) Sowing month inside or protected. Sorry~ I couldn’t figure out how to add the photos on my first comment, so they’re coming separately. Or added ammonium sulfate to turn the flowers blue? You can take steps to try and prevent this infection. Also, I was using Neem Oil mixed with water and dish soap mix every 7 to 10 days for preventive. Hi Rosemary, I’m so sorry to hear that. Aphids do not spread this disease. I forgot to add that I am growing the Hydrangea Paniculata Pillow Talk. Are the flowers okay? If I keep cutting off the impacted leaves I’m afraid the plant will die. That could indicate that a secondary infection has developed because your tree is weakened. I am spraying… Read more », Hi Ann, I’m sorry that your hydrangeas are afflicted with a disease. Cercospora manifests as circular purple or brown spots on the bottom of the plant. The symptoms look like those of a fungal pathogen, so I think you are on the right track to spray with a fungicide. That can cause leaves to turn purple. Anthracnose can look like that, although the reddish tint makes me wonder about another fungal pathogen called Phoma. There is an organic treatment called neem oil that might help. Is that the type you have? Climbing hydrangeas flower in summer and are well suited for covering north and east-facing walls. Are there any circular lesions on the leaves? Hydrangea Hydrangea. In case it is anthracnose, what is best to buy to prevent it in the future? I knew last year there was a problem with one of them and I treated it with a fungicide. . Disease Symptoms Pathogen/Cause Management; Botrytis Blight: Petals turn brown and fall. Something is definitely eating the leaves. Like most other Hydrangeas, they prefer morning sun and afternoon shade or dappled shade all day, especially in the south. If you can, keep good airflow around your plants. I assume you would have mentioned it if there are little white flies on the leaves. The fungus exists in the soil and is moved onto the plant by overhead watering or rain. Normally, it would have taken me weeks to learn what it was and how to treat. Daconil can work on a number of different types of fungi, and its active ingredient is chlorothalonil. If that doesn’t work, I would move onto a more aggressive insecticide, such as pyrethroids. Frequent irrigation of hydrangea leaves with water will create suitable conditions for fungal diseases of the leaves. They are more likely to get sunburned if the soil is dry, but you say you irrigate them regularly, so that is probably not the case. Why does this happen? © Ask the Experts, LLC. I’ve only had one variety in the past that has not. We acquired 2 hydrangeas last year and planted in fairly large pots. Unfortunately, if your hydrangea contracts this disease, you will have to purge it. Let me know what you think. Annabelle Hydrangea … Avoid watering the plant on an irregular basis and avoid overhead watering to help prevent many diseases and … Hope that helps! Will see how they look after first week of neem oil treatment. I hope that you are able to cure it. Here are the photos I attempted to attach to the original message. We occasionally link to goods offered by vendors to help the reader find relevant products. Honestly, I’m not sure about the cause of the… Read more ». I suspect that you are right about frost damage. My dad tried a broad spectrum fungicide and that has not helped them bounce back. I’m not sure what could be causing it. I’m not an expert on azaleas, but my guess would be that it is Cercospora leaf blight (caused by a fungus, too). Show your photo to the horticulturist at your local garden center for a recommendation for a fungicide spray to use on them now and rake up the leaves as they fall. Neem oil might be a good one to use. You should also prune back the infected parts of the leaves and flowers. Treating them with mancozeb should help protect them from the spread of anthracnose. Here is an article on how to deal with them: Doing Battle with Japanese Beetles: Tips for Banning Them From Your Garden Now about the flowers. I will continue to monitor the situation. It definitely looks like an infection. Management. There is a compound called metalaxyl that is sold as Ridomil, Subdue, or Apron that should be available at home improvement stores and should be effective on downy mildew. Hi Joel, I’m so sorry about your hydrangeas. 4) Do… Read more », Can you tell me what is killing my hydrangeas? I treated with an organic anti-fungal spray that seemed to help, but I noticed I had to use it more often than the every two weeks recommended on the bottle. As the watering is done at the roots with an irrigation system throughout the day. Quickly remove infected plants and their parts. Is it worse on the undersides of the leaves by chance? Be sure and sterilize your pruning tools between cuts with bleach or rubbing alcohol, so you don’t spread the infection. 2) Is there grey fuzzy mold over the brown flowers? . I will do that and hopefully will be able to save it. Could you please kindly look again if it would help to identify the disease? I would suggest contacting your county extension agent to see what s/he recommends. However, this fungus usually produces colored fruiting structures on the infected branches. Thanks for the quick answer! Panicle hydrangeas (H. paniculata and cvs., Z 4–8) Smooth hydrangeas (H. arborescens and cvs., Z 4–9) Cut back these shrubs in late winter before new growth begins; The smooth hydrangea is a rounded shrub with foliages that bears a round pointy bleached color and shape. If you would like me to, I can delete your previous message. I doubt that they are spider mites. Rust on hydrangeas shows up as powdery orange spots on the undersides of leaves. Are they in full sun, or do they get… Read more ». Should I continue or discontinue? Wait three hours and flush it again. Oh no! The fungus lives in the soil for many years, and there is no way to get rid of it. Panicle hydrangeas (H. paniculata and cvs., Z 4–8) Smooth hydrangeas (H. arborescens and cvs., Z 4–9) Cut back these shrubs in late winter before new growth begins; The smooth hydrangea is a rounded shrub with foliages that bears a round pointy bleached color and shape. Are they brown, rust-colored, or white? Often it isn’t noticed until the spring. Spots on the hydrangea … Conservatories (2) Kitchens (2) Chelsea plant of year. My ydrangea is starting to bloom in some places, but on other branches it is all dead with a dark brown leaf. Powdery mildew is most likely to be a problem on hydrangeas when the days are warm and the nights cool. Then spray the plants with a fungicide containing copper (unless it’s cool and wet). The fungus produces large brown spots on the leaves or flowers that will become more lightly colored in the centers. Since, most ailing hydrangea symptoms are foliar, the number one cause is usually fungal. Maybe Helga can help with this hydrangea problem we are having now for the second year. The foliage tends to decline considerably in dry conditions. I do think it could be cercospora leaf spot because the circular spots on the veins do look purple. The leaves are pretty uniformly discolored. Just spray your hydrangea's foliage according to label directions with a fungicide such as liquid copper, Serenade Disease Control, Daconil, or Immunox. You could start with neem oil. This appears days after the anti-fungal spray and I’m wondering if the brown edge is a different problem than the spot fungus I was originally treating. They survived the winter with no obvious problems but over the last few weeks have started going brown at the leaf edge and the new buds. This spring began with abundant new foliage from the roots but in the last few weeks leaves are again discolored. I’ve had several different varieties of hydrangea in my yard that have done well for 15+ years and am now having problems with most: 1. You should disinfect your pruning shears in 70% rubbing alcohol or 10% bleach. They perform with little effort and bring so much spark to a dark corner. This is the time of year… Read more ». There are two types of mildew. Read more about identifying and treating anthracnose on hydrangea here. These spots become larger lesions and can kill the leaves. Inspect them and any other hydrangea arborescens you may have like Incrediball® or Invincibelle® Spirit. If you provide a leaf, they might be able to help diagnose what organism is responsible. It is very difficult to diagnose, but I have a couple of ideas. If I remove the dead portion it just looks like the plant is dead, yet there are flowers blooming on other branches. Hydrangea 'Annabelle', Hydrangea 'Anna Belle' Genus. They get morning sun and pm shade. However, fungi can develop resistance pretty quickly, so rotate different fungicides. Thank you. It can turn whole leaves purple, which makes me think that it might be… Read more », I’m sure I can soon. Another option is to use neem. What do you think the problem is? One thing I would advise, especially if it’s a fungal disease, is to cut off the leaves with the symptoms.… Read more », Please help, Helga! Had to prune them severely To get rid of the burned out leaves. Help!! 2. Afterwards the plant is treated with a protection product. Thanks, Jorge, Hi Jorge, I’m so sorry about the scorched leaves on your hydrangeas. I would wait a bit to fertilize. These plants are 8 yrs old. are deciduous vines and shrubs prized for a rapid growth rate, large, attractive leaves and clusters of colorful flowers. Oak Leaf-purple-reddish leaves dispersed throughout plant at a rate of about one per… Read more ». We live in Indiana. The 1st blooming in early June is always gorgeous! It seems like their stems are stung by an insect which suckles the juice, the stem shrinks and then dies! It's easy to see why Hydrangea 'Annabelle' is an RHS AGM winner. A well watered, well nourished garden will have a better chance of keeping insect pests and diseases at bay. I thought hydrangeas loved partial shade so I kept my plants indoor but near a south-facing window. To keep fungal spores from spreading, also remove mulch from the affected area. Our hydrangea files; Planting the hydrangea ‘Annabelle’ You can plant your hydrangea too well in … Thanks for your help. Let us know how it’s doing in a week or two, and I hope it will be a good status report! Spider mites can cause that, but they like hot and… Read more ». Also, cut off the infected leaves (and disinfect your pruning shears with 10% bleach or 70%… Read more ». Pruning smooth hydrangea "Annabelle" (Hydrangea arborescens "Annabelle") encourages strong growth, helps prevent the spread of plant diseases and keeps the shrub looking tidy. I have hydrangea that I planted a year ago and they came back, however some leaves have a yellow discoloration. Thanks Helga, this makes sense as I have lost a rhododendron recently with similar problems. We bought these Hydrangeas few weeks ago, transplanted them and a week ago or so, they started to look bad. One distinctive symptom is that spots by the veins develop at an angle. You'll notice spots or a white powder on the leaves first. Watering without getting the leaves wet will help to prevent these diseases. The infected areas would all have white patches in them. The fungus exists in the soil and is moved onto the plant by overhead watering or rain. They were beautiful and green. I will try that. I can’t be positive, but it looks like Botrytis blight to me. It starts on the flowers, and they can look like they have a gray film on them. Thanks, Hi Veronica, I’m so sorry that your beautiful hydrangeas are so unhappy. Focus on keeping it from spreading. They feel a little spongy. The more morning sun it gets the better it blooms. If they have a white powder on them, it’s probably powdery mildew or downy mildew. Going to order other fungicide you suggested and have it standing by. However, they got frost damage last winter from a freezing night because I forgot to bring them inside. Are there brown, sunken areas around the puncture wounds? The bacteria that cause this disease can enter the plant through natural openings like stomata or through wounds. I hope it works out for you and look forward to your next update! It is week three of treating my hydrangeas for the fungi and the treatment is working. Watering from the bottom will help keep the disease from spreading. I ordered Bonide’s “Infuse”, which is a systemic fungicide… I’ll hit using both types, contact and systemic… hopefully that will get the situation under control. I will continue to treat the plants and circle back with you in two to three weeks. Leaf Spot Diseases on Hydrangeas. Do you think the purple and dead patches on the edge could be frost damage? March (1) April (1) … I’m currently using Natria Disease Control. Here is a page from the Missouri Botanical Garden that shows the structures on various trees. I take off the bad leaves, but throughout the growing season they keep getting ugly leaves. You are doing the right thing by cutting the diseased leaves off. I’m so sorry that your hydrangeas are having such a variety of problems. 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