Pests and Diseases forum→Leucothoe and pieris japonica spots

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NE PA (Zone 6a)
PoconoPotatoes
May 26, 2020 6:58 AM CST
So my shrubs have been in the same bed for over a decade, and they do just fine. They're next to each other (there are pairings of about 8 total).
They've always had these spots on them, however. For a long time I thought it was a characteristic of the plants.
But I think not, and am wondering whether it's worth it to try to fix the problem. Like I said, they seem to be thriving other than the spots - they're in dappled shade, good rich amended soil, raised beds.

Any suggestions welcome!

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