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It usually means the Box is affected by one of the myriad problems it is prone to these days in the UK, ranging from infections such as Box Blight through to infestations such as Box caterpillar. Keeping them closely trimmed doesn't help with infections, but see here https://www.rhs.org.uk/problems/box-problems to try to identify the problem yours is having....


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So it's what passes for winter right now where you are... First, the African marigold; these plants are only annuals and live for one season, so unless it seeds itself, it will not return. Tuberose is a bulb, and as such, dies back at the end of a summer and needs to rest for a while before restarting growth in spring; it should only be fertilised when it ...


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I don't know, but it looks similar to the holes that pill bugs have been chewing in some of my tomatoes for the past couple years. So, maybe it's pill bugs.


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