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Blackened leaves

Why have my spotted laurel bushes got black leaves on certain parts and are starting to die? Parts of the bush are still looking perfetly healthy. Could this be frost damage?
Question asked by: Jonesmount

Asked on: 30 Apr 2009

Certainly sounds like it could be frost damage as being black implies that they are simply dead rather than, for instance, being affected or eaten by aphids etc
By: knowitall
Replied at: 04 May 2009
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