Hi there, Last summer I had an awful time with pests eating the leaves of my climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris). I *think* they were weevils, as they were eating large notches on the edges of the leaves & left the plant very damaged without anything near a bloom. This spring, the hydrangea has leaved out nicely, but I'm starting to notice those nasty notches again!!! In an effort to prevent another infestation, I applied a Cold Shots nematode about 3 weeks ago and have applied tanglefoot strips to the base of the plant. Is there anything else I can do to combat these weevils? I've still got some Bug B Gone that I tried on them last year, but will this also kill the nematodes? Might this be a different bug that needs to be handled differently? Thanks for any & all help. Wendy, in Vancouver, BC.