This morning, I noticed one of my established Coral Bells did not look so good. When I lifted the leaves to have a look, the whole plant came away from the ground – completely severed from its roots. Upon further inspection, I found what I believe to be Black Vine Weevils in the crown of the plant. See photos. Earlier this year, I had problems with spider mites on the adjacent Barberries, but they now seem OK. Close by (about 12 feet away), I have Burning Bushes with leaf damage consistent with the adult beetle. I had originally thought the damage was from grasshoppers as the plants seem otherwise healthy. It has not been a good season for this south-facing part of my garden, to say the least. Tough conditions with high daytime temperatures and wind. I've looked for information online on how to control and/or protect my plants from further damage, but it seems I am too late in the season for biological control, and too late to hand-pick the beetles. I am located in Kamloops, British Columbia. I did find an article which talked about the use of a systemic insecticide, but no further information on whether this is available for home use, and if it is toxic to other, beneficial insects. Here's a link to the article: hortnews.com/season-long-vine-weevil-control-is-back/ What are my options? Am I likely to lose my Burning Bushes, too? I know I will have to do something in the spring to rid the soil of the larvae before planting again where the Heuchera was located. I'd prefer to use the least toxic methods, but would also like to keep my plants alive! Advice will be greatly appreciated!