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i have these purple flowers in my garden to attract the bees but i noticed some mold looking leaves. should i take them out or is this okay?
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Looks like powdery mildew (a mold) to me. remove all the affected leaves and bag them to the curb. Be sure to inspect all the other leaves for any beginning signs of infection too.
 
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