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realestate for invertebrates so we will try to create one exclusively for them. We have an apparently large wasps nest within a ventilator grille in the outside wall of our bungalow, very near to fruited pear trees. My husband and I are arguing as to whether
, and my curiosity is very piqued.please help my curiosty, thanks Thank you for advice on the wasp nest, as I had one in my shed, I left it because it looked pretty and had just the one wasp, I was told it was a wood wasp , anyway it was just the size of a
Having spent about 5 hours over the last 2 days up a ladder picking plums next to a wasp's nest I can agree with their overabundance this year. Still, for someone petrified of wasps and scared of heights, being up a ladder surrounded by wasps
queen wasp making a nest in the shed. Much as I like wasps, and no matter how long I bang on about them being 'the gardener's friends' - helpful, interesting and attractive - I can't have a nest of 10 thousand of them guarding the rakes and spades
An insect of the order Hymenoptera. They're considered a pest in the summer when they feed on ripe fruit.
because they are beautiful animals but hell hath no fury like a gardener with a mole problem. we had a wasp nest at the bottom of our garden in the lawn I decided to leave it be as my garden is 140ft long so it was well away from the house and my kids
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we have an old pear tree in our garden,last year we had a lovely crop of pears.this year they have been covered in black spots.we did notice ants crawling up the bark,being a novice to pear trees and new to gardening i hope for help.
Hello Richard,I saw my first swift today here in Ewell, it's the first since 31th July last year.How do they know when it's the end of July and time to leave.Oldchippy. They leave as soon as their young are fledged. They never land except to breed. The swifts finally arrived on ...
On Sunday I threw a vine weevil into a harvestman web. Thinking it would escape (following your blog from eons ago), I watched as the spider pounced and wrapped its prey in a thick silken cocoon. There was a slight struggle, then the weevil appeared to give up. An hour later the ...