My tree has had this condition for almost 3 months now and it isn’t getting better.
That does appear to be a fungal/bacterial infection! That is pretty severe.
I would recommend a fungicide, and if you can help it, less water. If you do not provide any water at all, then you may be at the mercy of your weather patterns.
Here is an article that will help you with fungicide use: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/garden-how-to/info/using-fungicides-in-garden.htm
Another thing to consider is that they prefer poor soils, over rich soils. Overfeeding can facilitate disease, so take care not to feed them. If you do, it is best to cut back to half strength if possible.
Here is an article that will help you with the care of the shrub: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/elaeocarpus/lily-of-the-valley-tree-info.htm
Hi i got a rudraksh plant a week ago. It came with lovely flower buds and fruits and the next day itself it started shedding tons of leaves. It’s wilting inspire of watering it evenly and also keeping it in the sun. What am I doing wrong?
It is very difficult to see in that lighting, but it looks and sounds like an overwatering issue.
It is, also, important to shade the plant during the hottest portion of the day, as the direct sun during this time can be a bit much for it.
This article will help you with correct watering:
They are 9 years old and stand 15-20' tall. Prior to the freeze, they were in excellent condition. Now, all the leaves are a light brown. What do I need to do?
Your area is not mentioned, but I think that I can assume that you are somewhere that does not experience cold that often. These trees do not tolerate freezing temperatures. This is unfortunate, but there is nothing that you can do for frost damage.
The best course of action is to prune off any branches that are completely dead, and brittle. If that is any life left to the branch, then leave it, or just cut the tip off. What is left alive may recover.
Here is an article that will offer some tips for maintaining these trees:
How do I know if my Japanese Blueberry trees are still alive after the recent freeze we had in mid-February where temperatures got down to the low-mid teens at night for 2-3 days? I live in Hardiness Zone 9a. The trees are 9 years old and are about 15-20' high. They were in excellent health before the freeze (very green), but afterwards, all the leaves are light brown. The trunks (no cracks in the bark) and branches look healthy. I slightly pruned a few low hanging branches, but didn't see any green. Thanks !
If the branches are brittle, then it is dead. If there is some bend to them, and they do not snap when you do so, it will still be alive.
It will be hard to say from a photo, but your local extension service can be of help, here. This link will help you to find the closest to you: