Buddleia leaves being eaten
Here to pick your brains again! Two of my young buddleia are having their leaves chomped by some seemingly invisible pest. I've scoured the leaves and the only possible culprit I've seen are two really tiny weevils. I'd suspect the dreaded vine weevil but everything I've read says they eat the edges of leaves and these are being eaten from the "middle" first. The flowering doesn't seem to be affected but I'm a bit worried about whatever the culprit is moving into something less robust. A nearby part of the garden is planted with loads of heucheras which I treat with nematodes in the hope of keeping them healthy and would be more than a little upset if they were destroyed. I have been chemical free for a while now and am learning to deal with some plants being rather scraggy looking, as long as I know they'll recover. I'm hoping your collective brains will solve the mystery!......tried to post photos but failed. Files not large so don't know why. Basically damage starts as small holes in middle of leaf and ends looking like very fine lace.