|Yellow Bells (Tecoma stans stans)|
Do you have caterpillars lurking beneath the leaves of your shrubs?
If they look like the yellow bells shrub, pictured above, probably not.
But, if your leaves look as if a vampire came along and sucked them dry, then they are there, whether you can see them or not. Other telltale signs include little black pellets, which are caterpillar ‘poop’.
|Damaged bougainvillea leaves|
Bougainvillea can also fall prey to hungry caterpillars, who leave behind ragged holes and edges.
So, what do you do? Nothing? Or should you pull out all the stops to get rid of them?
I address these questions and more in my latest video: