Let me preface this by saying I have a container garden on my roof. Last year I brought a new "self-pollinating sweet sensation august plum tree" from Lowe's into my garden and I believe I'm living to regret it. It had some leaf disease that caused the leaves to get shot holes in them and wither up. I treated it with everything natural and clipped it back repeatedly, but I think it started to spread to a pear tree nearby. After much investigation into every possible cause and a season full of nothing but removing leaves and clipping off branches, I finally came up with an ID of bacterial leaf disease. I was advised to spray it with agrimycin this spring before and during leafing out ... which I have done quite a few times. However, the leaves are coming out deformed and the pear tree is showing signs of it too although not as bad as the plum. I'm thinking I should just get the tree out of the garden before it does anymore damage...but would like to make one last effort to find a solution to the problem...I am attaching picture of the new leaves emerging from the plum tree and one from the Pear tree (the single leaf is from the pear tree) Any insight would be appreciated....can it be saved or is it just a threat to the rest of the garden.