November 07, 2011

The Greenhouse Pest Control Team

I can't find Anole pictures from previous years and have not been fortunate in capturing one lately, but they are there. Eastern Fence Lizards, too. They come in when it gets cold and spend the winter catching insects.

No problem in getting tiny peeper frogs to pose.


Ike lies in wait for anything that moves.
No mouse will set up shop in this greenhouse.

'What did you put in this container?'

I help out where needed with spritzes of soapy water, swabs of alcohol and fly swatter.
We shun chemicals for obvious reasons, like the one below.

Do you see the Skipper on the Pentas blossom?
They fly in and out the open door.
Look carefully over on the far right.
Bumblebee.






Flowers and text are from the garden of Nell Jean blogged on Dotty Plants Journal in hot, humid Southwest Georgia.

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