1. Peony wilt

    Peony wilt

    (Botrytis paeoniae) Peony wilt is a common fungal disease of peonies, producing brown patches on the leaves and stems, which then collapse, and flower buds fail to develop and open.
    View more
  2. Peach leaf curl

    Peach leaf curl

    (Taphrina deformans) Peach leaf curl is a fungal disease that attacks peaches and nectarines and sometimes almonds and apricots. It produces distorted leaves with red blisters.
    View more
  3. Onion white rot

    Onion white rot

    (Sclerotium cepivorum) Onion white rot is a devastating fungal disease of onions, leeks and garlic and other plants in the allium family. It causes the plants to rot, making them unusable.
    View more
  4. Lawn diseases

    Lawn diseases

    (Gaeumannomyces graminis, Laetisaria fuciformis, Monographella nivalis and other species) Lawn grasses are subject to a number of disease problems. Luckily, they rarely do very severe damage, but can lead to brown patches and areas of dead grass.
    View more
  5. Honey fungus

    Honey fungus

    (Armillaria species) Honey fungus is a devastating disease of trees, shrubs and other woody, and some herbaceous, plants. It attacks and kills the roots, then rots the dead wood.
    View more
  6. Fungal leaf spot diseases

    Fungal leaf spot diseases

    (Numerous fungal species – including Cercospora, Microsphaeropsis and Septoria) Fungal leaf spot diseases attack a very wide range of plants, producing spotting or marks, in numerous different shapes, sizes and colours, on the leaves.
    View more
  7. Downy mildews

    Downy mildews

    (several fungus-like organisms) Downy mildew diseases attack many ornamental and edible plants, producing a range of different symptoms, including discoloured, shrivelled and brown leaves.
    View more
  8. Damping off

    Damping off

    (Fusarium, Phytophthora, Pythium, Rhizoctonia) Damping off is a disease that affects seedlings, causing them to collapse, keel over and die. They may also become covered in a whitish, furry fungal growth.
    View more
  9. Coral spot

    Coral spot

    (Nectria cinnabarina) Coral spot is a fungal disease that causes woody stems and branches to die back and produces tell-tale small, coral-pink/orangey raised pustules on affected growth.
    View more
  10. Annual weeds

    Annual weeds

    (Numerous species) Annual weeds are easy to deal with, especially if controlled as seedlings or young plants. Then, they don’t get out of control and become a time-consuming problem.
    View more
  11. Annual mercury

    Annual mercury

    (Mercurialis annua) Annual mercury is a common weed throughout the garden, but particularly wherever soil is disturbed or cultivated. It sets lots of seeds each year and spreads readily.
    View more
  12. Foxes


    (Vulpes vulpes) Foxes are common visitors to both rural and urban gardens, where they can become a nuisance. They trample on plants and dig holes in the ground in search of food.
    View more

Items 73 to 84 of 114 total