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It works till the insecti/pesticides get used pansy
Not noticed anything unusual. Maybe my army of friendly insects and birds has been looking after my interests
Trouble makers are best ignored Kitty. That way they lose what little significance they have.
Could it be a poppy of some sort?
I want to know what it is
Not my sort of plant though, it won't be hardy. I like plants to look after themselves.
The base leaves are lobelia-like but the manner of growth isn't.
Can you describe or post a photo ofthe caterpillar?
It's unusual for one species to be above and below the ground and eating everything, they're usually more specific in their needs
A couple more pics Paul and we'll try the ones we missed.
Difficult when you can't enlarge Fairy
I think we're two short still.I couldn't see the spreading one and didn't recognise the one with the dead top growth, labelled rosettes I think
I think we have agrement there Fairy