OK, I don't know about the spelling for Hydrangea, but you get the idea. I was treating a lawn yesterday and just stopped to look at the bushes to make sure they were all good and not bugs/diseases. I found the hydrangeas, one group was bad, a nother group was getting there, had these what I would describe as burn spots. They looked just like someone took a lighter and held it under neath and made a burned circle, not all the way through, but just enough to get it black. Any thoughts? I didn't have my camera and the only thing I saw bug wise were these shiny green "flies" everywhere. Are they the culprit or is this a disease? Some spots were holes but most looked similar to a cigarette burn on a couch?