Renfrew Association of Growers and Gardeners (RAGG)

Email: info@broadloangardens.org.uk

cabbage butterfly

Yellow Flowers

Yellow Flowers

Scorpion Fly

Scorpion Fly

Small White

Small White

Cabbage White eggs

Cabbage White eggs

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calendulacommonredsoldierbeetlesDaisey'sThis insect flew into the air when the garden was being watered, and again when we were planting up the raised beds. It is a Great Wood Wasp (sometimes called a Horntail). The female has a long pointed tail at the back of her body, and is often mistaken for a stinging organ, but is an ovipositor, which she uses to lay her eggs in the trunks of coniferous trees. Despite their appearance, these insects are quite harmless.ladybirdladybirdlavaeOranflowred admiraltropoleum speciosum lrgYelflow
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