me too. I agree with your suggestion re treatment as well.
we watched one of these emerge from the soil and hang itself out to dry one year, amazing sight
Sycamore moth, lovely
they like privet and ash best if it is a Privet Hawkmoth. Can you give it some in case it hasn't finished eating yet and not ready to pupate
yes it is Fidget, I haven't seen one of those yet this year
yes, it's near autumn out there there; Cyclamen hederifolium, thinning shade from the trees, berries ripening and brown stalks in the meadow
Are you sure it's not one of the other Hawkmoth caterpillars Granma?
naff kitchens.com are busy today.
good kindling for the woodstove?
maybe too much plastic
Do some experiments Chrissie. I'd be interested to see the results.
re time to garden I think Fuchsia will beat hydrangea by lots
wait til it really gets going