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Original post made on Apr 1, 2016

CAMELLIA PEST ... A warning from the Santa Clara County Master Gardeners: Camellias provide beautiful blooms in the spring, but if any blossoms turn brown and mushy and fall to the ground, remove them immediately to halt the spread of a disease called petal blight. Throw away the damaged blossoms; don't use them in compost.

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