Garden Detective: A cluster of little round “balls” suddenly appeared on a rock next to a Wilton pond. Most likely, those are moth eggs, says UC master gardener Rachel Tooker.
Garden Detective: A cluster of little round “balls” suddenly appeared on a rock next to a Wilton pond. Most likely, those are moth eggs, says UC master gardener Rachel Tooker. Claudia Delezenski
Garden Detective: A cluster of little round “balls” suddenly appeared on a rock next to a Wilton pond. Most likely, those are moth eggs, says UC master gardener Rachel Tooker. Claudia Delezenski

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January 05, 2018 02:00 PM

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