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I don't know what a japanese willow is to be honest but looked at some pics and they were all those highly variegated things.
The chances of 2 friends developing the same rare condition at the same time are very small. With the similarity of the lesions on just one part of the body the chances are even smaller. With the normal blood count the chances are nil.
I still think this is some sort of physical damage.
Is it one of those variegated trees with a lot of white/pink in the leaves? If so it will be grafted and have grown suckers from the rootstock
Are we disagreeing with a consultant dermatologist fb
that looks like the effect you get from pressure on skin that's broken tiny blood vessels just under the surface. Have they been playing any any games with ropes, gymnastic things or anything like that.
OH gets marks on his back like that when he's been lying under the car on rough ground.
is there a photo Bouleversee or is it too late now to get one
we are Dove.
If it was only sown a month ago it's an annual Ynnead.
Are there annual anchusas, they're not a plant I've grown.
Still looks like a depressed annual echium to me.
Also some of this family don't do so well in pots which may account for weak appearance
It's a large family, not just Viper's Bugloss
not corncockle, that's pink or white
Something in the borage family I should think. One of those annual echiums maybe?