I think maybe Rubus tricolor
Papi Jo says:Great photo! I wish all pics posted on this forum by people asking for ID were as full of relevant details. See original post
Great photo! I wish all pics posted on this forum by people asking for ID were as full of relevant details.
It's one of the Rubus species sold as groundcover. Can't remember the species name, someone will
my fear is that every largish, stripy flying thing will be labeled Asian Hornet and killed.
Several hoverflies, eg Volucella zonaria, have had the wrong ID and come to a sticky end. Education not panic spreading, is required
Not much yet, is it still snowing there. Doing well here, first snow I've seen for a couple of years
Haven't got the camera out there yet but I did charge the batteries
keep some water for the birds
Get the camera out and take some snow pics
It's hard on a plant to be cut back hard for a hundred years
All the new, lively growth is removed, leaving the worsn out parts
The newest leaves are the ones that do the most photosynthesis, nothing goes on for ever.
Yes, Elephant Hawkmoth
I'm in if slugs are welcome as well