Elaeagnus planted more than 20 years ago now has crinkled leaves and looks as if it's dying. Is this normal or is it happening elsewhere? No sign of any new growth this year.
My Elaeagnus Is Dying After 20 Years
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If you had a particularly harsh winter, your elaeagnus may have suffered a cold injury or, given that your bush is 20 years old, it could be old age and weariness. It could also be the work of an insect - the "vine weevil" is known to feast on elaeagnus shrubs.
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