I have a small city garden, we have decking and trellis so all my plants are in pots. We've been here for just over a year, so the majority of the plants are only this old. Through the summer, I'll admit I did put the plants under pressure as they dried out a fair amount of times as I forgot to water them!
I'm having problems with the following plants:
-Mint - a cutting from my mother-in-law, which was healthy and normal when it came to me, and is now speckled white
-Honeysuckle - growing well, but the leaves are all falling off the older part of the plant, is this normal? The leaves are also covered in a white coating, it looks like limescale!
-My scabious is also covered in white, it did very well through the summer, despite being infested with aphids, mostly brown ones. I tried natural control with ladybirds I bought online, it didn't really help!
-Pot buddleia leaves are being eaten by something, it's done ok through summer, flowered, but now the leaves are holey.
-Dicentra leaves are yellow and also being eaten by something, (no picture of these sorry but picture of ?larvae found when pruning)
Sorry for multiple problems in one post but they may be linked?
I also found caterpillars/larvae when cutting back the buddleia and dicentra.
I can't seem to attach photos from my computer, via the option when posting this, any advice for this?
Thank you in advance for any help/tips!