We've had a white buddleia in the garden for just about as long as I can remember, each year it puts on a great show.
This year, for the first time, it seems to be under attack.
The leaves are clear, there's no spots but there are these brown marks on the stems and where the bud tips should be, it seems a bit like something maybe borrowing into it.
I've tried to take a couple of photos and include them below.
Any ideas what this is ?
I should mention that about 4 metres away from this buddleia is another, forgive me, I don't know what its called but its yellow and rather than having the very pointed spikes of the white variety, its flowers are much smaller and not at all pointed. This buddleia is completely unaffected and is as healthy as ever.
Many thanks for your time.