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Aug 27, Implement renewal pruning and proper plant care (watering, mulching, fertilizing) to help the plant recover. Keep an eye on the plant in the season for signs of permanent damage and the possibility the plant may need to be replaced.

Possible replacements for lilac can be found in the Plant Elements of Design plant database. If biotic:Missing: Brentwood TN. Sudden Lack of Leaves on a Lilac Bush. Common lilacs (Syringa vulgaris) are hardy shrubs that suffer few disease or pest problems. They grow best when planted in full sun with well-draining Missing: Brentwood TN. Mar 31, Actually known to plant pathologists by the complete name of"lilac bacterial blight," this disease is caused by a bacterium Pseudomonas syringae pv.

Syringae. The same organism is the source of bacterial blight on pear, blueberry, cherry, maple, and many other woody plants and the symptoms of lilac blight are similar in appearance to fire Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.

Step 5. Fertilize the lilac bush. Use a fertilizer with a nitrogen-phosphorous-potassium ratio on older plants that are not blooming. You may also use a or fertilizer. Fertilize once in the spring and once in the fall by digging a few holes in the soil next to each lilac plant and adding 1 cup of fertilizer to each bushleaning.buzzg: Brentwood TN. The plant may also be more prone to diseases that affect leaves.

Agricultural researcher and hybridizer Walter Lammerts developed the first"low-chill" lilacs Missing: Brentwood TN. Jul 11, Many lilac bushes in Southcentral Alaska are showing brown spots on their leaves this year. (Photo by Jeff Lowenfels) I should have realized something was happening around here when my friends Missing: Brentwood TN. Nov 12, Don't worry about the timing of your Lilacs dropping leaves.

I have forsythia doing the same thing. I would worry more about that gutter downspout next to your bush. Lilacs don't like wet feet. Well drained slightly alkaline soil is best.

Can't imagine what the soil is like when your foundation was backfilled years bushleaning.buzzg: Brentwood TN.