Let’s talk about leaf spot. Most of the time when we talk about leaf spot, we’re talking about Indian Hawthorns. Since Snowmageddon killed all of the hawthorns, leaf spot has been homeless. Just kidding, we found it! This case of leaf spot is on a crape myrtle. Leaf spot is a type of fungus that tends to go after new foliage. Most of the time, the leaves will be covered in spots and the leaf may even turn a reddish-orange color. If you see leaf spot on any of your plants, don’t panic! It can be treated with a fungicide, but be aware that it may need to be treated more than once. If you have any questions about leaf spot or any other plant ailment, just let us know!