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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by jondcoleman, Aug 21, 2008.
Any guidance would be appreciated. Thanks!
black spot. cut them down or spray weekly
My advice is to take a chainsaw to them. Then plant a better plant like cleyera or thuja or ligustrum........
They look the same in our area and there is no solution to the problem. The best thing I found is compost tea and compost and rake all the leaves under them and destroy. Don't trim them that makes it worse.
What do you think about planting skip laurels there?
Definately Black Spot. Red Tips are nasty bc of this! Your idea of switching to Schips is a great idea, or even English Laurels (Get even Bigger) would work. Viburnums or Elyagnus would work too (not sure on your zone though).
Thanks for all the replies!
Any recommendation for a taller replacement for the two in the back corner of this photo?
What type of viburnums would you recommend? I think there is some with red leaves. What would these be?
where are the "black spots"
looks like Fire blight to me