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Well, I lost a viburnum last year to verticillium wilt and a viburnum doublefile mariesii early this year to the same disease. The other doublefile in the pictures attached is exhibiting the same symptoms, but not as bad: poor leafing out on some stems (see upper stems) and dark ring in the middle of cut stems. It's only affecting the upper stems of this guy, but - is it likely to spread? What can I do, if anything, to save it? It's about 20 feet from the doublefile that died. Two lilacs and a fringe tree in the same border are unaffected.
Should I take it out in the fall and plant something else, or wait and see?