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Powdery mildew usually strikes when a plant has been weakened by drought.
Pat, has he always been this acquisitive or is it a newly acquired skill
Take it back from him Pat - you can usually plug in a normal mouse to a laptop and use that instead of the mousepad. That's what my OH does (he's younger than me ).
Really good information on pruning your lavender here https://norfolk-lavender.co.uk/home/lavenders-for-your-garden/plant-care/
Yes, if you click and zoom you can see the snow
How far away are the mountains?
Congratulations on the laptop by another name Pat E Persevere with the mousepad - after years and years of using an ordinary mouse both at home and work, I'm now quicker on the pad than the mouse It can be done
Then just give it plenty of water - in dry spells a bucket full every other day
The damaged leaves will probably die and fall, but it'll recover and grow some more.
Lorraine, is it in a container? If so how big?
What sort of compost?
How often are you watering it and how much?
I think there's other people around who are far more likely to cause upset ... but in their case it's intentional
I think that's highly unlikely Steve