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A week of Cabbage White Butterfly #cartoons, tips and advice from The Wrigglers

The Wrigglers Omnibus on Cabbage White Butterflies, cabbages, netting and why you shouldn’t eat caterpillars

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Don’t play with your food!

It’s true what they say, you are what you eat. If you are a caterpillar and you eat cabbages, you taste and smell bad to predators. You are a survivalist!!

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Drawn in bad taste? A cartoon about Cabbage White Caterpillars

It’s true what they say, you are what you eat. If you are a caterpillar and you eat cabbages, you taste and smell bad to predators. You are a survivalist!!

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Forget birds, become a Cabbage White egg spotter

The Wrigglers #gardening #cartoon looks for Cabbage White Butterfly eggs – and finds millions of them

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Not from a galaxy far, far away … but where do Cabbage Whites come from?

Planting Nasturtiums with your cabbages, together with netting the cabbages, could really make the difference between a good harvest and a non-existent one.

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Why Nasturtiums are the best companion plant for cabbages …

Planting Nasturtiums with your cabbages, together with netting the cabbages, could really make the difference between a good harvest and a non-existent one.

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Netting your cabbages and brassicas … now!

Deadheading Dahlias through August will help you get a continuous autumnal flowering display – if you cut back the right buds, and to the leaf joint of course