Answer: Few things bother rose of sharon. Consistent soil moisture is important and so is good air circulation. It might be that it is heat stressed or there may be a fungal disease affecting your plant. Inspect the leaves for signs of spots or fungal spores. You might want to take a sample of the affected leaves to your cooperative extension office or well staffed nursery for help in identifying disease pathogens. Hope the symptoms are just heat stress!
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