Do grubs eat flowers/plants also? I had beautiful (4) azaleas in the spring and (10) impatiens all summer long. The (1) azalea died early summer and had to be replaced and then an impatiens plant died, now another impatiens is dying for no apparent reason. The other azalea plants and impatiens are fine. Since the ones that are dying are in the same area of the bed, is it possible that grubs are eating the roots? Thanks so much for your input.
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Have you seen the Grubs in the soil?
Plants can die off from many different reasons; pests, disease, or environmental issues.
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