We have a big garden and there is always something coming for lunch at some place,
It does look a little suspicious. I hope you can catch them in the act, and find out what kind of bug it is.
Muy bella imagen, con un color excelente y gran definiciónUn saludo
Pretty wildflower. Whatever it is, hope it will not further damage the leaves.
on no, our one hisbiscus we have left has holes like this and the edges are ragged. I am going to try liquid sevin, I bought it for ants, daddy used so springkle powder sevin on his plants
Most of those nasty critters hate hot sauce. You can dilute some with 50% water and sprinkle it on the leaves and ground around your plants. Since it's a natural, plant-based concoction, it won't hurt the environment and the critters will probably move next door.
Hello,I hope the bugs will not kill you plant, is this the trillium?Take care, have a happy day!
I like the hot sauce mixture idea, can't hurt to try.
I like the elegant shape of those leaves
Beautiful tones and veining captured in this plant! I hope that bug was just a passerby.
I hope the bugs / creatures leave the leaves alone and the plant gets back its healthy state !!!
Look underneath to see the "eater".
Lovely capture. I have seen grasshoppers cutting the leaves to interesting designs
I hate to see damage on such a pretty plant.
Yes, somebody is having a little snack on those leaves.
Whatever it is it must think this plant is quite delicious.
Something finds it tasty.
Looks like some tasty tender young leaves.
This is beautiful. I love the color of the new leaves. They looks so delicate. I am having squirrels eat my new plants. I give them enough peanuts...you think that they would be happy! A gorgeous image.
That's sad and worrisome.
I just noticed that a rabbit has eaten off the tops of one of my hostas.
Está muy guapa. Cuídate.Un abrazo.
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