That's a wooly-lovin' caterpillar.
Grrrrrrr....stupid, illiterate worms!
Is that what's eating my Verbascum? Do you think the same culprit is eating the Echium?
And I thought this would be a post about growing an illegal plant type!So what did you do with the critter?
I just press the opposite leaf firmly against Mr. C. Don't even get my hands dirty. No mercy for Mr. C. And I loved the plants you brought home, especially that eryngo!
What do you suppose that cute little green guy is beefing up to turn into? Might be worth sacrificing a verbascum, especially this late in the season.
K&V, and a very hungry one.scott, really!Linda, could be. They are so hard to find with their tricky green coloring!MulchMaid, well I picked it off and laid it on a bench. Then forgot about it. I meant to put it in the yard waste bin, this is where all the evil critters go, that way they can gorge themselves and they go away!. When I remembered to look there was no sign of it. So it crawled away to do more damage or a bird got a nice snack. I prefer the latter.Denise, but that awful squish feeling. I hate it!ricki, but the Verbascum will continue to be gorgeous all winter, if the caterpillar goes away! No sacrificing going on here.
Damn caterpillar is right!
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