Sometimes it’s just nice to hangout on your own.
A vine weevil eating the outer edges of a leaf.
The green shield bug (Palomena prasina) is a shield bug of the family Pentatomidae.
Large white caterpillars feeding on crambe cordifolia
Ladybirds are called Ladybugs in the US.
I’ve got the feeling somebody’s watching me! Speckled Bush-cricket.
An adult vine weevil (Otiorhynchus sulcatus) eating the outer edges of a Hydrangea leaf.
A Jersey Tiger moth feeding on a scabious flower on a windy day.
A Burnet Moth with an ant.
Helping to pollinate our flowers! A busy worker bee with loaded pollen baskets on her hind legs.
The Common Blue is the most widespread blue butterfly in Britain and Ireland.
Ischnura elegans – Damselflies are insects in the sub-order Zygoptera (meaning “paired-wings”). All four wings are near enough equal in size and shape.
A Jersey Tiger moth feeding on a scabious flower.
They are a welcome guest of gardeners due to their main food source being the pests that damage plants.
A Pieris rapae, the small white, feeding on some nectar from lavender blossoms.
Roses in the morning rain
The Small Tortoiseshell is one of our most-familiar butterflies, appearing in gardens throughout the British Isles.
The Red Admiral is a frequent visitor to gardens throughout the British Isles and one of our most well-known butterflies.