Take me in your arms …


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        1. It’s still early in the season and they will mostly be tiny. You really have to look closely. If you get close enough, even if you do not spot them immediately they will recognise your presence and move. Then you may spot them.
          They do tend to gravitate toward the top of plants so as to give them the best chance at catching prey.
          Look among Alysum, if you have any, or on roses, cosmos, or gazania.


          1. Think I should go and get some gazanias. No more roses 🌹 here since we built up with those retaining pots. Anyway I hated those things that so loved the roses because we use no insecticides. What do you call those fat beetles that you have to catch by hand?


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