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My garrya eliptica has a brown spot and the leaves are all dry and brittle. I sited it in a north facing position with a west wall behind it. My soil is free draining. It was staked firmly and has been in situ for about three years. I was out of the country from mid october until mis november but my sons could not say if there had been a frost or not. It was looking lovely and I hope I am not going to lose it. Does anyone have any helpful suggestions please?
Garrya elliptica is susceptible to fungal leaf spot. Here's a link that might help.