Bugs in the Garden

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Thought I’d throw up some pictures of some of the very welcome critters with exoskeletons, multiple legs, wings, and the like.

Caterpillar of white-line sphinx moth, chomping on California fuchsia (Epilobium species)

From Wild Suburbia

grasshopper chomping on a Clarkia flower (Clarkia bottae)

From Wild Suburbia

couple of ladybugs in a flannelbush flower (Fremontodendron ‘California Glory’)

From Wild Suburbia

small flying thing on disc flowers of Madia (Madia elegans). Ca poppies (Eschscholzia californica) and Chinese houses (Collinsia heterophylla) in back.

From Wild Suburbia

2 thoughts on “Bugs in the Garden

  1. Barbara~~your critters are as colorful as your native wildflowers are lovely! gail

  2. Thanks Gail. I really enjoyed seeing the native plants of Tennessee in your garden on your blog. Nice to celebrate the differences in regions.

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