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Dovefromabove
nutcutlet wrote (see)

I don't know whether to laaugh or cry

I think I'll drink gin 



nutcutlet

that might do it for you Dove but I hate gin.

I'll stick with the Pinot, or as we call it here, peanut wine

Little weeeed

Wot a cheek Peter !  Confusion - it's a normal state for me when it comes to gardening. I try not to cause it in others though.  As suggested, I will try to keep it until it reveals what it is......what's the best way to keep it safe?  Please don't tell me to keep it somewhere in the house - my OH would have a fit!  I have an unheated greenhouse - would that do?

From the photo it looks as if you found it in the ground. I'd just put it back in the ground.

Little weeeed

I did. I'll leave it there then and see what happens. Thanks everyone. If it changes form, I'll post on here. 

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nutcutlet
nutcutlet wrote (see)

that might do it for you Dove but I hate gin.

I'll stick with the Pinot, or as we call it here, peanut wine

 

that PG wasn't very nice. The bottle of sauvignon b we just opened is more to my taste

Dovefromabove
nutcutlet wrote (see)
nutcutlet wrote (see)

that might do it for you Dove but I hate gin.

I'll stick with the Pinot, or as we call it here, peanut wine

 

that PG wasn't very nice. The bottle of sauvignon b we just opened is more to my taste

Oh yes, much prefer sauv. blanc to pinot - Cheers! 

nutcutlet

cheers Dove, and everyone else

If you look closely you can see the wings and eyes, think they had all about them on a tv prog about moths and butterflies

I have found a few this year in the garden last year when I found one it hatched into a beautiful moth hawk moth black

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