By: Mike Darcy
When I am carefully looking at the plants in my garden, I often marvel at what I see and what I would have missed if I had not taken the time for a closer look. The eggs of lacewings are so beautiful and unique and I am always pleased to find them. Often on a stem or leaf, they move with the wind and are quite fragile so avoid trying to touch them. Lacewings are excellent predators of aphids and finding them in a garden is a good thing! All the more reason to enjoy time in the garden.
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