Wednesday, June 22, 2011

What's Blooming In Summer



Shasta daisies are the ultimate reliable perennial - they bloom for months, reseed profusely, and grow effortlessly where other plants struggle.



They're also popular with insects and snails and slugs. Here, a black beetle makes a feast of the petals.



A caterpillar and a green beetle share the spoils.



The ants make themselves welcome. And below, a bugs' eye view of the feast.

3 comments:

steven said...

i love shasta daisies! steven

Eryl said...

I have flowers just like these but they are called Marguerites, are they the same thing but just given a different name here?

Tracy said...

Lovely daisies and bug visitors! ;o) Daisies are such happy flower... ((HUGS))