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occasionally I spot a tiny caterpillar wrapped up in a leaf, has anyone got any ideas?
caterpillars on nightly searches. Surely it's too early for vine weevils? Help please! It may well be the adult weevil -they are up and about around this time.
Monty Don's advice on planting summer cabbagesCombatting cabbage white caterpillarsTackling LeatherjacketsBrowse a variety of vegetable plantsChoose plants by soil type
Cleaned out our 2 boxes just now. Revealed the tragedy of the sodden Spring and early Summer. The remains of a Blue Tit brood in one and the remains of a Great Tit brood in the other. Not enough caterpillars to keep them alive - the different stages
put pots of marigold all round it but this morning more of the leaves had been eaten. I'm worried it might start on my pepper and tomatoe plants next which are in the same grow bag Caterpillars are the most likely as that is the way they feed. Look
summer cabbagesTackling cabbage white caterpillarsCombatting LeatherjacketsBrowse a selection of hardy perennial plants View plants by suitability to sun exposure
would be appreciated! X Yes, you can get sawfly larvae and caterpillars, amongst others. Have a close look at the leaves, you may be able to spot them in action. Thanks for your response. Any idea on what I can do/use to get rid of them? Thanks You can
okay there is more than likely a place on here for this somewhere. And will be an ansewer to it l have just found a catapiller that looks like a twig can anyone tell me what this could be. I think there is more than one type of caterpillar
The rose leaf rolling sawfly injects a chemical into young rose leaves to cause them to curl protectively around her eggs. Within a week the eggs hatch into green caterpillars that start to eat their home. In mid-summer, leaving behind skeletonised
and hedges so we have a large population of birds. Blue tits are very beneficial for the gardener as they feed their young on caterpillars.Talking of which, it is very easy to unwittingly overwinter caterpillars in glasshouses and polytunnels. Only the other