As well as growing some healthy tomato plants, I discovered yesterday that – unbeknownst to me – I have also been raising a little colony of caterpillars. They’ve been sampling the delights of my edible garden as well. Even 13 floors up insects are amazing colonisers!

7 thoughts on “Bugilicious

  1. Cuggles! Kids

    Mmmm!! That looks almost as delicious as the grubs I found when sampling the first of our peaches. The tree is heavily laden with fruit but I think we'll leave them for the birds now. YUK! PS. Haven't glimpsed any dork or dag signs yet Indira.

  2. dearindira

    Hi Cuggles!Kids, oh I love peaches.. how sad to think the birds can indulge and you can't!IndiraHi rhubenesque, thank you for being one of my most regular posters. IndiraHi suziwong66, you too! You talk to me more regularly than my family does! Keep the comments flowing. Thank you, IndiraHi Coby, yes as upset as I was to discover the colony, I guess its is a healthy sign. Now i just have to attract some bugs to eat the caterpillars! IndiraHi Lee-Ann,catterpillars can apparently eat 20 x their weight in food! Indira


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