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Leaf spot spreads easily-through insects, people, dirty garden tools and even rain.

The most common wilt to affect barberry shrubs is verticillium wilt. This soilborne fungal disease causes leaves to yellow, scorch, wilt and drop prematurely. Because it is passed through the soil, you shouldn't plant another susceptible plant at the location where a barberry shrub has died from this disease.

Mentor Barberry (B x mentorensis), USDA zones 5 through 8, is semi-evergreen, retaining its leaves late in the fall in the southern area of its zone.

Autumn color is more brilliant in the northern. Leaves on one to several branches turn red to yellow, wilt, die and fall off; Dark olive to gray streaks are often visible in the sapwood if the bark is peeled back; Symptoms may appear in several branches or in the entire shrub; Symptoms are often most obvious in late summer and autumn but can occur throughout the growing season.

May 07, Q. Golden Rocket - Is it possible to keep a golden rocket barberry at ft tall? Q. Leaves On Barberry Turning Brown - The leaves are turning brown and falling off. What's wrong? Q. Grass Coming Out From Barberry - Grass growing up through barberry bush. Have pulled out by hand, but it has come back again and again. If your barberries' leaves are scorched along their edges and falling off, then take a close look at your watering schedule, and revise it if necessary to help the shrubs develop deep roots.

Jun 20, Japanese barberry – Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii) is the most popular landscape barberry growing from 3 to 6 feet ( m.) tall. Bright green leaves change to orange or reddish in the fall. Small berries add winter interest. This plant is extremely invasive in some areas, so research carefully before planting.

Barberry Shrub Diseases. Barberry (Berberis) is a family of shrubs commonly used in landscape design in the western and southern parts of the United States. These hardy, low-maintenance plants.