Question From: C. Daniel - FLORIDA
Q: I have a peach colored hybiscus that has been doing great until this season.Has bloomed normally for years Its leaves are coming out spiky and the flowers are thin and trumpet shaped. This started about half way up the plant. Do you have any idea what is wrong. It is green, been fertilized and I have multiple plants doing great. this one has just morphed into somthing else.
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My guess is it is some sort of fungal disease. Take a cutting of an effected stem or two, sealed in a plastic baggie, along with photos to an independent garden center or nursery that sells these plants, for an accurate ID and best control. Best And Happy Yardening, Nancy