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    Inna
    Greenhorn

    The 12 year-old shrub had abundant blooms this year like how it had always been and then lately, it has had yellow leaves all over the plant and countless buds which didn’t even open yet have withered.

    By merely looking at it, one can say it’s dying but why so sudden? It started pretty well. I didn’t prune it last year. Is this the cause of the problem?

    Please advise what to do.

     

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    Yellow leaves is usually a sign of root rot. You can dig down and check. Buds withering could be due to frost. Have you had frost at the beginning of spring?

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    I’ll check the roots then. We had frost, indeed. However, I doubt it’s the cause of the problem because there had been buds that appeared after that and they still withered.

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