I need a proof reader
That'll be 'shoots' powersean
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Even the hardiest plants get frostbite on very new shoots, I should think that's what's happened there. If so the plant will be fine and new shorts will grow
It looks more like physical damage than disease to me. Is there a history to go with the photo? Adverse weather, watering, spraying, change in surroundings?
I like plants and wildlife. I'm not much of a gardener, just enough to be able to propagate more plants
Euphorbia lathyris, aka Caper Spurge
One of the comfreys. Symphytum orientale maybe
Bee pollination would only affect the next generation, the seedlings from the parent. Is it multi-stemmed from the base? I don't know camellias (very alkaline here) are they grafted and growing from the rootstock?