Bleeding heart vine

Some catalogs call this plant glory bower, but bleeding heart vine is a much better description for the red flowers that peep out of puffy white calyxes.

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Tobacco budworm

Tobacco budworm larvae are generally yellow to yellow-green with a brown head, but body color can sometimes be pink, red or maroon, as well.

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Soil knife and sheath – Issue 88 OEs

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