The Q&A Archives: shrubs

Question: the leaves on my azalea plants are starting to curl, as well as the bush that is next to it, I don't know the name of it, but what could it be and how can I fix the problem?

Answer: Aphid feeding can cause leaves to curl. Unfurl a few of the leaves to see if you can find the pests. If so, hose them off with a strong stream of water or spray them with insecticidal soap. You will have to repeat the treatments throughout the summer. Best wishes with your plants!

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