I think I have an insect or disease on my plant. What do I do?
Never do any plant treatment without knowing your problems. Think of plants like children - you would never give your child medicine unless you knew what was wrong.
In some cases, bringing a photograph into the nursery and asking our staff will help us diagnose and suggest a problem. Sealing some problem leaves or stems in a zip-bag and bringing it in will also help us identify many problems. Be sure to seal the bag well as not to contaminate anything along the way. If you see holes in leaves or insect damage, try to bring along a sample of the insect. Different insects may require different treatments so it is very important to see the insect prior to starting treatment.