I planted a lace cap climbing hydrangea in a container on my patio three years ago. The last two summers the leaves start to be chomped around the edges, and new growth in particular becomes affected. It also has some brown spots (separate issue?). I had never see any insects during the day until i found this: http://pestcontrolcanada.com/Questions/Alberta beetle.jpg stuck to a piece of tape I used as a temporary anchor for a branch. I believe it is a type of weevil that lurks underground in the day (ugh) and comes out at night. It may have moved to other plants (some of their leaves are showing similar damage, although to a lesser extent). How can I rid myself of this pest? One site recommended using nematodes ~ Labour Day to destroy the larvae in the soil, but I would really like to save my plant now, not two months from now. It has just become established and is producing long stems, but the foliage is being chewed away. Thanks!