I'd not worry,if it's made a home in the leaf it won't be in the berry
I can't see how they could damage each other unless one grew much more quickly and swamped the other
I think we need to see pics of the undamaged plant, to ID it and then work out what it might be suffering from.
I've got some more on the same batch of Digitalis as last year, 2 separate plants
Could you do a few more pics, I can't see what's going on there.
It doesn't look much like a hawthorn
Honey fungus won't affect turf. It lives on woody plants
Was it outside in yesterday's gale?
Which it probably has Will, they're at it all the time
I think there are cultivars that have been selected for shortness in relation to flower size.
I think those roots have sometimes been too dry for too long. They need a good soak and some mollycoddling to bring them round