What Is Wrong with My Hydrangea?

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Your Hydrangea could be suffering from one of the following diseases; botrytis blight; where petals turn brown and fall, leaf spots form and flower buds are killed before opening, cercospora leaf spot; where tan spots with reddish-brown halos develop on leaves, powdery mildew where leaves turn yellowish or purplish, powdery mildew; where flowers get stunted and die, or viruses; where leaves mottle, have yellow spotting, dead flecks, line or ringspot patterns.
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Your Hydrangea could be suffering from one of the following diseases; botrytis blight; where petals turn brown and fall, leaf spots form and flower buds are killed ...
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