A fly by. Mar6 by plumdirt The lady bugs are out en masse. Purple potatoes popping up beside purple cabbage soon popping out. Cauliflower direct sown from seed hiding secrets. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
Sounds good (good sounds too), except for little bug persons.
I’ll take the good little bugs 🙂
Based on what you wrote, I’m guessing that Lady Bugs are good bugs that don’t eat the vegetables. What do they eat?
Ladybugs are good bugs! Their larvae lay waste to aphids. What do you have to hunt aphids where you are? I naively assumed lady bugs were everywhere thanks to globalization.
You had me at ladybug, but I love the photo of the cauliflower — such a beautiful and green perspective. It’s kind of like a bug’s eye view!
The bugs really do have the best perspective at times.
Today my son, nearly four, saw a cucumber beetle. “Is that a pickle lady bug, mama?” Of course I said yes. Perhaps the insect perspective is second to that of the children.