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The tips of the beautiful leaves of my Trachycarpus fortunei (Windmill palm) are disfigured. Could they be being chewed off by something or is it a disease?

I don't think it's wind damage as some of the new leaves are affected as they emerge.

Any ideas?


Can you post a pic? They do get those brown tips and patches even before emerging after damp weather and it has been damp for over a year now.

Mine has too, but im not worrying as it seems to be the older leaves and the top is healthy. I think it is probably down to the weather. Good we have that to blame it on.

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