I will try that. We have a company coming to treat around the plant and hopefully save it! Plants may die to the ground in harsh winters. Leaf spots form, … I have a few more questions and an answer to your question: 1. Discover possible causes in our Quick Tips video: Great hydrangeas … The picture shows the leaves are crumbled and dead looking, however the plants are showing tiny leaf growth. In addition, infected flower parts can fall on the leaves and infect them. Thank you for posting pictures. May 27, 2020 / Hydrangea arborescens (Smooth/Woodland), Hydrangea Care, Hydrangea Pests & Diseases Are the leaves on your ‘Annabelle’ hydrangea arborescens stuck to each other? Often it isn’t noticed until the spring. I will continue to treat the hydrangeas and try not to give up. I’m also debating Cercospora leaf spot. The fungus produces large brown spots on the leaves or flowers that will become more lightly colored in the centers. The causal pathogen of bacterial wilt disease is . Bigleaf hydrangea responds to sever… White spots and cool weather with a storm immediately made me think of powdery mildew. I am worried that it would be too late to save it. Also collect any fallen leaves or plant debris and get rid of those also. 2014 (1) 2018 (1) Sowing month inside or protected. Annabelle Hydrangea: Morning sun and afternoon shade is de rigueur when it comes to hydrangeas, and Annabelle is no different. You should prune off the infected areas to keep other fungi from growing on them. . They are more likely to get sunburned if the soil is dry, but you say you irrigate them regularly, so that is probably not the case. Two are available from Amazon (and probably other places, too): Axozystrobin Thiphanate-methyl The other fungicides include paraffinic oil and fenarimol. The others are blooming normally. You may notice … There are few things more beautiful than lush hydrangea bushes. Our hydrangea files; Planting the hydrangea ‘Annabelle’ You can plant your hydrangea too well in … We are rare on the West Coast. The infestation looks severe to me, so I would definitely suggest treating it. I knew last year there was a problem with one of them and I treated it with a fungicide. However, to be sure that it is Verticillium and not something else,… Read more », A million thanks, Helga! Sorry~ I couldn’t figure out how to add the photos on my first comment, so they’re coming separately. Keep the humidity low. If this diagnosis is is correct, what shall I do next? Rust spores are spread in water or on the wind, so avoid splashing your plants when watering. are deciduous vines and shrubs prized for a rapid growth rate, large, attractive leaves and clusters of colorful flowers. You should also prune back the infected parts of the leaves and flowers. If you have a susceptible plant, you can protect it with copper hydroxide (Kocide). Daconil can work on a number of different types of fungi, and its active ingredient is chlorothalonil. As the season goes on I’ll try to get more pictures. Status report: I trimmed off all the effected leaves and sprayed the rest with chlorfirinal (sp?). Hydrangea Hydrangea. Hi Aine, Your poor plant! Uncredited photos: Shutterstock. The nursery is not very willing to work with me. Why does this happen? Some of them can be reddish in color. You are doing the right thing by cutting the diseased leaves off. It’s difficult to diagnose without seeing it. Not sure if it is due to the hot weather and causing the flower to burn. Cool weather favors many types of fungal infection, but I’m not sure if that is the case with anthracnose. The are maybe half of the leaves not fully developing. This important bacterial disease first manifests as blight in the leaves and flower clusters. This year we transplanted them and apparently the problem was worse than I anticipated. That can scald the flowers, so they turn brown. It might not be anything that you did wrong. Can adapt to a variety of soil conditions, but intolerant of drought. This year one has not come out “well,” its leaves are small and “scrunched up.” Oddly, we lost a Japanese maple (one of 6) that was almost 20 years old, and one of our ginkgo trees looks weird too. Annabelle Hydrangea … It definitely looks like an infection. Be sure and sterilize your pruning tools between cuts with bleach or rubbing alcohol, so you don’t spread the infection. How about the leaf curl? It affects both our oakleaf and mophead hydrangeas, our pawpaws, dogwood, and azaleas. Normally, it would have taken me weeks to learn what it was and how to treat. I just pruned more leaves and feel defeated. You should definitely remove the diseased tissues. Most are shrubs 1 to 3 meters tall, but some are small trees, and others lianas … One disease that can be bad on oakleaf hydrangeas is Cercospora leaf spot. Hi Helga, Is this a viral disease, I wonder? Tolerates full sun only if grown with consistent moisture. A well watered, well nourished garden will have a better chance of keeping insect pests and diseases at bay. Hydrangeas can be prone to a fungal disease that causes spots all over the leaves. There are two prominent insects that suck on hydrangea stems and damage them. Please don’t doubt your gardening abilities. I take off the bad leaves, but throughout the growing season they keep getting ugly leaves. Pick up any spotty leaves that have fallen and throw them out with the trash. TIA. Hydrangea (/ h aɪ ˈ d r eɪ n dʒ i ə /) common names hydrangea or hortensia, is a genus of 70–75 species of flowering plants native to Asia and the Americas. A couple days after I planted them we had frost for about 3 mornings. The spots darken and become angular in shape. I will continue to treat the plants and circle back with you in two to three weeks. Hi Amanda, It’s been a while, and I was wondering how your hydrangeas are doing. Thank you for providing pictures! Some people recommend natural remedies like garlic oil, liquid kelp, or hydrogen peroxide (diluted), but you would probably be best served by using… Read more », Hello, thanks for the very informative article. Panicle hydrangeas (H. paniculata and cvs., Z 4–8) Smooth hydrangeas (H. arborescens and cvs., Z 4–9) Cut back these shrubs in late winter before new growth begins; The smooth hydrangea is a rounded shrub with foliages that bears a round pointy bleached color and shape. Thanks so much, Hello, I wonder if you can help me with my hydrangea. Sorry for the technical issues . I’m currently using Natria Disease Control. Leaf diseases. I hope you are enjoying the summer. P.S. Botrytis Blight. Be sure and disinfect your pruning shears periodically in 70% rubbing alcohol or diluted 10% bleach… Read more ». Provide it with compost and granulated cow manure every year in the winter and early spring. Is there a chance that you could post a picture of the flowers? Diseases … That can often cause some of the upper branches to die. Many hydrangea species are susceptible to bud blight, leaf spot, bacterial wilt and mildew, but Annabelle exhibits excellent resistance to these diseases. Hydrangeas like MM and Annabelle should be getting morning sun until 10-11am, dappled sun or full but very bright shade. Simply breathtaking in shady borders, the extraordinary flower heads are also prized by flower arrangers for creating elegant … However, once again, you can spread the virus with your tools. We also have a ruby red slippers hydrangea and that one is blooming fine with no problems or spots. It’s not responding to any of the fungicides I try, I can’t seem to get them to upload, or delete the comments that uploaded without the pics. Fifteen different viruses afflict hydrangeas! Help. Unfortunately, I can’t find a… Read more », Dr George. The plants themselves look fine. Thank you Helga. I was afraid that might be what has been going on. That can also cause spots on the leaves, so I don’t think you have to worry that it might have two diseases at once. They were doing fine at the beginning,… Read more », Hi Jiyu, I’m so sorry to see the pictures of your poor plants. Unfortunately, their beauty can be sullied by a number of fungal and viral diseases (and two bacterial diseases). I can’t find recommendations for a particular fungicide for this pathogen. It’s always the ones I have in pots. Good luck, and let us know if you get rid of them. Our yard stays quite dry due to a combination of the heat, a… Read more », Dear Harriet, I’m so sorry that your plants are under siege! Could this have caused the decline? Thanks for the quick answer! Thank you. Collect all the… Read more ». It’s been cool here and just a storm the past couple weeks don’t seem to be conducive to most diseases I deal with during… Read more », Dear Gary, Wow! You can cut the bush each year until it's about 40 cm above ground … 2) Is there grey fuzzy mold over the brown flowers? However, it could possibly be downy mildew. If possible, plant them where the direct sun will be in the morning, or late afternoon and evening. Since, most ailing hydrangea symptoms are foliar, the number one cause is usually fungal. I don’t want to lose this plant that I hope to be a beautiful addition to my back yard. For HP that is 3%, add 1 cup to a gallon of water. Hi Victoria, I’m glad that you were able to prune them. Hi, Helga! The Spring brought early growth with one plant doing better than the other, both started leaf production and is still fine but the other plant leaves have withered as though lacking water, both plants have been watered the same, usually once a… Read more », Hi Alan, I’m so sorry to hear that one of your hydrangeas is afflicted with something! This virus causes the leaves to turn yellow and become distorted, and the growth of the plant will be stunted. We will introduce you to the major hydrangea diseases, so you know what to look for and how to prevent and treat them. The plants also grow better… Read more », Hi Helga! Space plants to insure good air circulation. Powdery mildew is most likely to be a problem on hydrangeas when the days are warm and the nights cool. There are no grey mildew and there are no circular lesions on the leaves. It could be the conditions of your house. There are two types of mildew. Mancozeb might be a good one to try. Some experts think that too much fertilizer can increase the susceptibility to the fungus. My ydrangea is starting to bloom in some places, but on other branches it is all dead with a dark brown leaf. Hydrangea Annabelle pruning is similar to pruning any other variety in terms of purpose. Lots of plants blooming, so I am enjoying the summer! I can’t be positive, but that can be a response to stress or root damage. I hope you can offer some advice concerning my hydrangeas. Like other rusts, hydrangea rust needs two hosts to survive and does not kill either of them. Variety or Cultivar 'Annabelle' _ 'Annabelle' is a small, bushy deciduous shrub with broadly-ovate, dark green leaves and very large, spherical heads of white flowers in summer. i would strongly suggest buying a commercial fungicide. Treat your pruning shears with bleach as you prune, so you don’t accidentally spread any disease. Am I too late to save… Read more », Hi Pam, What distressing pictures! Every year I have problems with oak leaf hydrangeas. 3) Are there round orange spots on the bottom of the brown leaves? That could indicate that a secondary infection has developed because your tree is weakened. I hope that you are able to cure it. Focus on keeping it from spreading. There are no chemical options to control this disease. Hi Tina! The main … Here is a page from the Missouri Botanical Garden that shows the structures on various trees. We acquired 2 hydrangeas last year and planted in fairly large pots. Here is more about what we do. This disease tends to attack hydrangeas previously damaged by drought, so water oakleaf hydrangeas every four to seven days during periods of drought to prevent an outbreak. I thought hydrangeas loved partial shade so I kept my plants indoor but near a south-facing window. Be sure to disinfect your pruning shears using 10% bleach or 70% rubbing alcohol. Let me know what you think. Many have attractive autumn colour and leaf shape. Are the plants in the shade? The leaves are pretty uniformly discolored. If your hydrangeas do get infected, you have several options, including compost tea, hydrogen peroxide, garlic oil, or liquid kelp. 1) Is your Hydrangea in the bright afternoon sun by any chance? I’m not quite sure what is wrong. This is the time of year… Read more ». Unlike many Hydrangea arborescens varieties, this well branched Hydrangea … I would wait a bit to fertilize. Pruning Hydrangeas Planting Flowers Hydrangea Care Garden Care Pruning Shrubs Shrubs Hgtv Garden Outdoor Flowers Plants Hydrangea Hydrangea Printable PDF Click on images to see larger view Hydrangea is a deciduous woody ornamental shrub or climbing plant that is known for its showy clusters of flowers that come in a large variety of colors including white, lime green, pink, purple, and blue. Hi Ruth, Hello from a former Delawarean! I would suggest sending some leaves to your county extension office to see if they… Read more ». However, this fungus usually produces colored fruiting structures on the infected branches. Here is a brief listing of what they are and how to treat them: Anthracnose – Hot, wet weather conditions help foster development of this disease that normally affects heavily-fertilized hydrangeas. However, you can take steps to keep your plants from becoming infected: Have you encountered a disease on your hydrangea? I have already put in an order with Amazon for Mancozeb. Also remove dead or damaged flowers and leaves to prevent the fungus from gaining egress into the plant. There is a compound called metalaxyl that is sold as Ridomil, Subdue, or Apron that should be available at home improvement stores and should be effective on downy mildew. Planting hydrangeas and other "thirsty" plants in the summer months and to the west side of homes subjects the plant to transplant shock and heat stress. The white in the photo is from a fungicide my dad used, but I think the overall problem could still be powdery mildew. It’s natural bacteria that prevents additional infections. In the Autumn (Fall) we pruned the branches back by 2/3rds. Thanks. Thank you for the pretty picture! Last year I sprayed a broad spectrum insecticide/fungicide/miticide: Monterey Lawn and Garden Fruit Tree Spray Plus. That’s fantastic news! Sometimes overfertilization can cause symptoms like that. I’m so glad that you found the information helpful. Hopefully, they can exterminate them! Thanks for asking. Please take a look at the pics and advise! Plants are looking much better. I have a couple of shirobana gaku ajisai that are being hit really hard with what looks like Anthracnose and some kind of leaf curl. We are so glad that you found the article informative! It’s a good idea to rotate… Read more ». I’m not an expert on azaleas, but my guess would be that it is Cercospora leaf blight (caused by a fungus, too). The leaves are always green and healthy – it’s just the blooms during the 2nd bloom period that are a light brownish color. Hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 through 9, "Annabelle" is a deciduous shrub that blooms for up to two months starting in early summer, and sometimes it also flowers in fall. I have ordered up some Flairform Pythoff to enable me to treat all shrubs nearby. Sep 5, 2017 - I'm a huge fan of Annabelle Hydrangeas. Another thing to do is pick up all the leaves and debris from under the plants and dispose of them away from your garden. What do you think the problem is? Read more about identifying and treating anthracnose on hydrangea here. Do you think the purple and dead patches on the edge could be frost damage? Mulched a week later. We occasionally link to goods offered by vendors to help the reader find relevant products. See more ideas about Hydrangea, Hydrangea garden, Hydrangea care. You can take steps to try and prevent this infection. We have noticed this most often on varieties of smooth hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens), including such varieties as Annabelle and Incrediball. It can turn whole leaves purple, which makes me think that it might be… Read more », I’m sure I can soon. I have some, including a variegated variety, that don’t look awful but not especially healthy either. Thank you! We don’t know if it is a fungus or something or if it could be the result of cat urine. As the watering is done at the roots with an irrigation system throughout the day. You could start with neem oil, which is readily available. That would make it easier to diagnose what is causing the disease. I thought the disease on your hydrangeas was powdery mildew because there are spores on the top of the leaves. The stems got leggy last spring/summer just before the leaves became discolored. There is also a very nasty fungus that can cause spots on the stems and the leaves to die back. The blooms all look sort of dead… They don’t have any color. If you don’t see any improvement, I would suggest switching to another fungicide. Zone 6b Pennsylvania. Thanks for your help. Quickly remove infected plants and their parts. I’m glad that it wasn’t anthracnose. Hi Susanna, I’m sorry that your hydrangea has an infection. Is it worse on the undersides of the leaves by chance? Are the plants in full sun? It definitely isn’t powdery mildew. Hi Jorge, Thank you for your update! This is happening on a limelight and a strawberry vanilla hydrangea. Prune your plants, so that the insides are open and will not accumulate moisture. If the roots look brittle and mushy,… Read more ». A recently introduced variety, which has eye-catching really large ball-shaped flowers (up to 30cm in diameter) which cover the plant over an extended period from mid to later summer. I’m sorry that your hydrangea plant is manifesting symptoms. Annabelle hydrangea diseases. Would it be possible to upload a picture of the spots? Now I noticed the blooms are starting to die from the inside out. Are they brown, rust-colored, or white? Also, I was using Neem Oil mixed with water and dish soap mix every 7 to 10 days for preventive. If you provide a leaf, they might be able to help diagnose what organism is responsible. Pruning smooth hydrangea "Annabelle" (Hydrangea arborescens "Annabelle") encourages strong growth, helps prevent the spread of plant diseases and keeps the shrub looking tidy. I have stopped the spread and my the branches / leaves are growing green. Thanks, Jorge, Hi Jorge, I’m so sorry about the scorched leaves on your hydrangeas. I would suggest contacting your county extension agent to see what s/he recommends. I planted one in my personal garden and it ended up being fine. As the disease advances, the leaves will turn yellow and then brown, and the flowers may turn brown prematurely. If that doesn’t work, I would move onto a more aggressive insecticide, such as pyrethroids. Spots on the hydrangea … The infested parts need to be cut off generously. It starts out with lesions that are angular shaped and dark brown to purple, and it also starts from the bottom of the plant. That disease is usually treated by fungicides. However, the bacteria is continuing to spread. This fungus can severely affect the flower buds and even kill them before they open. , Hi Wende, I’m so sorry that your long-term hydrangea has an infection. These plants are 8 yrs old. You should pick up any leaves and vegetation under the plant and get rid of it away from your garden, so it won’t spread spores. Hi Nancy, I’m sorry to hear that. Extend the drip hose near the hydrangea but not too close to the crown (center of the bush). It sounds like you want to use a natural treatment. However by that time they already got some leaf and bud damage, so they… Read more », Hi Jiyu! The one that is all sticks was the one that was iffy last year and they have not bloomed in 2 years. I forgot to add that I am growing the Hydrangea Paniculata Pillow Talk. Are there any particular symptoms? I hope your… Read more ». my father in law brought me hydrangeas for my front porch and all the sudden one of them isn’t doing well. If I keep cutting off the impacted leaves I’m afraid the plant will die. Hydrangeas are known to acquire diseases such as leaf spots, blights, wilts, and powdery mildews. Leaf spots form, especially where faded petals have fallen. However, a cool rainy spring would definitely be a problem. My hydrangeas are blossoming! Do you have the tree on stones in a tray that you can keep wet? Water your plants at the bottom, so the tops will not get wet. Would you like to try uploading your images again? Dear Amanda, I’m so sorry that your photos won’t upload. The 'Annabelle' hydrangea has everything to seduce you and integrate your garden: from pretty flowers creamy white summer pompoms, oval leaves a beautiful bright green, a simplicity of cultivation and a good cold resistance. However, it spreads mechanically, so tools can transmit this virus. Spider mites can cause that, but they like hot and… Read more ». Rust is a destructive leaf disease of, commonly known as Hydrangea arborescenssmooth hydrangea,in landscape and nurseries. Most are shrubs 1 to 3 meters tall, but some are small trees, and others lianas reaching up to 30 m (98 ft) by climbing up trees. You can also treat this disease with liquid kelp, garlic oil, hydrogen peroxide, or compost tea. Hi DLyn! Do you have any idea what it is please? There are two types of fungal diseases can infect hydrangeas - cercospora leaf spot and anthracnose. I get them with the leaves curled and crunchy, some varieties more then others. Hi Dr. Helga, We are now thinking it might be an armored insect problem! I’m sorry – I got distracted and forgot to mention your azalea! They all start to drying out from the end of the leaf. You want to start with garden clippers that are sharp. Neem oil might be a good one to use. Two days later I started noticing some browning on some of the leaves. Fertilizer burn is an excellent suggestion, but the symptoms from that usually develop on the edges of the leaves. There are a number of different organisms that can infect hydrangea plants and sully their beauty. Flower buds are killed before opening. See our TOS for more details. I’m not sure that you can do much about it. I’m hoping it has just been over fertilized. I even have a few blooms too. Maybe Endless Summer (not sure): spring began well but leaves are again discolored, brown and dry. You should also get rid of any fallen leaves. And thank you for providing pictures! However, fungi can develop resistance pretty quickly, so rotate different fungicides. What remains doesn’t look like powdery mildew to me. My hydrangea has some illness that I cannot identify. It starts on the flowers, and they can look like they have a gray film on them. Hydrangea arborescens Annabelle. Here are Amanda’s photos of her hydrangeas: Your poor plants! We have two limelight hydrangea trees that are three years old. The amount to use depends on the percentage of hydrogen peroxide you are using. Those fungi are really widespread, and the weather must have been perfect for them to infect. Just spray your hydrangea's foliage according to label directions with a fungicide such as liquid copper, Serenade Disease Control, Daconil, or Immunox. Had you just fertilized them by chance? Hello, I’m having serious problems with two plants I bought last summer for large containers. Water thoroughly past the shrub’s root zone. There are some commercial products that contain it, but I suspect they have other chemicals to modify the solution. I have beautiful endless summer hydrangeas. That could be why you had problems with your other trees. This is the first spring I’ve really noticed a white spotting of the leaves. I have fertilized it couple of weeks ago. It’s only on the macrophyllas I notice it. Eradicate the … Most people buy hydrangeas when they are blooming, but spring or fall is the best time to set them out. If so, now is the time to treat them.… Read more », Hi Helga, I posted last month about my endless summer hydrangeas possibly having anthracnose. You suggested that could be the problem or possibly that I overfertilized. Fertilized on March 31. It looks like anthracnose to me. Avoid watering the plant on an irregular basis and avoid overhead watering to help prevent many diseases and … Hi Pam, I’m so glad that you found the article useful! Now, I can get get started immediately! I suspect that you are right about frost damage. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! The damage to the leaves and that fact that it affects the flowers, too, makes me think that. If I remove the dead portion it just looks like the plant is dead, yet there are flowers blooming on other branches. Also look… Read more ». Inspect them and any other hydrangea arborescens you may have like Incrediball® or Invincibelle® Spirit. Please help. Many different fungicides would work against this pathogen. Watering without getting the leaves wet will help to prevent these diseases. They looked fine at first but since they’ve been planted (about 2 weeks) the leaves have started looking awful. Three weeks ago, I transplanted a few hydrangea paniculata pillow talk. Also did a little bit of pruning. Or added ammonium sulfate to turn the flowers blue? Hi Monica, I’m sorry your hydrangea is under siege. Hi! Panicle, arborscens, querciflora and anamola aren’t showing the spotting and mild leaf distortion. The other is struggling to push out new buds and looks like the other did 4 weeks ago- bare with small leaf buds. It’s difficult for me to figure out what is going on from your description. If so, those compounds can bind up the phosphorus and make it unavailable… Read more », I have 4 snowball hydrangeas that were started from a bush at my parents’ house. Helga then returned to Cornell to obtain a PhD, studying one of the model systems of plant defense. To avoid this, use drip irrigation. As the disease advances, the leaves will turn yellow and then brown, and the flowers may turn brown prematurely. I’ve had several different varieties of hydrangea in my yard that have done well for 15+ years and am now having problems with most: 1. You can cut the bush each year until it's about 40 cm above ground … There are no spots. Thank you so much for all the information! It sounds like you are doing everything right. Let us know when your hydrangeas have been cured. We have heavy shade and heavy soil in our yard, and hot summers here in Columbia, SC. Thank you for your reply and clarification. Look for little webs on the leaves. That will help the roots by keeping them cool and maintaining moisture in the soil. The infected areas would all have white patches in them. That starts with a gray film over the flowers. Photo is attached. I would suggest you check with your local extension agent. Hydrangea Pests & Diseases Hydrangea Arborescens and Stuck Leaves. We have noticed this most often on varieties of smooth hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens), including such varieties as Annabelle … Ask the people in the garden center for a fungicide with copper, chlorothalonil, or mancozeb. If you could provide more of a description of what is going on, that would help me give you advice. I think there are two separate things going on. In case it is anthracnose, what is best to buy to prevent it in the future? It would help me to figure out what the cause is. It’s a pretty nasty disease. Climbing hydrangea not flowering? I’ve thinned the plants and actually have been using the neem oil on it for a few weeks and it hasn’t helped. (And disinfect your pruning shears or flower-cutting knives whenever you use them!). Plus, using the same one repeatedly can cause resistance. Also, I have not fertilized the soil. Here is an article on how to deal with them: Doing Battle with Japanese Beetles: Tips for Banning Them From Your Garden Now about the flowers. Another option is to use neem. Help!! They survived the winter with no obvious problems but over the last few weeks have started going brown at the leaf edge and the new buds. Then go back to watering as usual. Other Hydrangea Diseases. Ailing hydrangea symptoms often start at the leaves, even if the affecting disease is root or insect based. Let us know how it’s doing in a week or two, and I hope it will be a good status report! Let us know if that helps! Any guidance you could give me would be much appreciated!! Also, they like hot and dry weather, which doesn’t sound like an issue at the moment. Hydrangeas are very easy to grow and there are few pests and diseases that hinder them. They spots appear to have a hint of red and they start from the leaf tips. I can’t be sure, but it looks like it might be Japanese beetle damage. Oct 10, 2020 - Explore carl hahn's board "Hydrangea diseases" on Pinterest. I haven’t read about neem oil being used to treat anthracnose on hydrangeas, but it can be a great fungicide. Also, cut off the infected leaves (and disinfect your pruning shears with 10% bleach or 70%… Read more ». Attached are photos of hydrangea annabelle diseases leaf and Lace cap, described in earlier.. It at the roots, so avoid splashing your plants at the base of the model systems of defense. 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