Thursday, August 30, 2018

My New Leaf Substitute



11 comments:

  1. Aw, sweet. Looks like you had a sawfly invasion. I've noticed my hummers like to alight upon the same damage on my crabapple. Better view, I guess. Have a great weekend, Indie.

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    1. Yeah, it's interesting that they like to land there. Maybe trying to figure out if they can eat the caterpillars?

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  2. Ha! Now if you can only get her to stay there until spring.

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  3. Best leaf substitute ever! I have a dead branch in my trumpet vine and in a locust and have been tempted to remove them, but the birds perch there all the time, so the twigs remain.

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  4. Love it! I noticed this morning one of the hummers was perched on a stem of tall Salvia. How it managed to sit there without bending the light stalk is beyond me. I love watching these creatures; their antics never fail to delight me.

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  5. Forget about leaves, absolutely gorgeous.

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    1. Birch sawfly larvae ate them. Thankfully they didn't do too much damage (other than a few branches).

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