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Flower Spots and Blights can be caused by numerous factors including fungal, bacterial, and environmental. Diagnosing the cause of the spotting is essential for proper treatment. The main environmental damage that occurs is sunspotting or sunburn, which happens when shade loving plants are improperly planted in the sun. Damage can be diagnosed as angular black/brown areas of damage and yellow wilting at the edge of the flowers. Most noticeably with this type of damage, parts of the plant that remain shaded will not suffer and only the sun-exposed tissue gets damaged. Plants suffering from this type of damage should be moved, as it will be a chronic issue due to poor placement. Bacterial damage also occurs with more angular lesions that can often be accompanied by rotting or oozing. This type of damage is most common in warm humid weather and should be treated through removing any damaged plant material. Finally, there are flower spots and blights caused by fungi. This type of damage can be found on both leaf and flower tissue and look like circular lesions that can range from incredibly small dots to larger, quarter inch circles of damage. These lesions can range in colors for red, yellow, tan, grey, brown and black. With diseased plants, removing damaged plant tissue can be enough in small cases, while fungicides can be very successful when dealing with larger infestations. While many fungicides are labeled for flower blights and flower spots, different plants can react differently to certain fungicides so make sure your specific type of plant is on the fungicide label to ensure no damage is caused by application.