Twisted Leathery Damage to New Hydrangea Growth


Emma

Recreational bird watcher and novice gardener
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Hello everyone! I'm experiencing some strange damage to my endless summer hydrangea. The new growth has become leathery, twisted, and is browning.
I discovered some white fuzzy material on some stems, which I think might be leaf hoppers.
Could leaf hoppers be the culprit for this damage? Should I cut off the damaged leaves?

Thanks!
 

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