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So very pretty
@cyndi can’t wait to see the whole thing covered in these 😁
I bet. Xoxo
@KariSamuel thanks Kari ☺️
Oh wow! I love this
Love this little fuzzy
Love the pink stems...
It looks like some sort of exotic caterpillar 😜
@DeborahBanks it’s great isn’t it 😛 got it earlier in the year just as it was finishing flowering so can’t wait to see it in all its glory 😍
@columbiariver so cute isn’t it 🥰
Nearly eaten bare 🐛🐛🐛
Oh my! They really thought that one was tasty!
Holy moly they had a good go at that 😞
From the #badcaterillars you took pics of other day?
@debs69 I was devastated 😢 hope they left the catkin buds alone 🤞🏻
@richard.spicer.7906 no wonder the caterpillars were so big! 🤣
@louisesimpson I know 😰 least they have good taste I guess 🤣
@gjones was looking so good too 🙁 and I know they lose their leaves but would rather not this way 😂
Great pic!!! 💚💚💚
@tinaaune thanks Tina 😁 thought those red things were teeth until I read up about them 😂
I had to read up too Kerry - going to be gorgeous plant - not seen the likes of the caterpillar 🐛 before😊
What an impressive character! Looks like a mini green walrus! Amazing photo 👍💚
Looks like a stand-off!!
Oh wow, what a great shot!
He's an unusual looking fella!
@gjones they were so well camouflaged but massive!!! Hated having to remove them but they’d had almost every leaf 😞 interesting to look at though 😛
Great pic but #badcaterillars for our garden plants sad cus they are pretty buggers
@ShelleySnyder they’re quite a sight but bigger than any caterpillar I’ve ever seen 🙈 5 of them was a little much 😫
@cyndi thanks Cyndi 😁 they are amazing looking but my god do they eat alarmingly fast 😂 I just hope they left the catkin buds alone 🤞🏻
Welcome same with hornworm cats here too looks dang near same... will devour a tomato plant in a day.
Yikes!!! I hope you gave them flying lessons or something worse 😬!🤦💘😍
You could magnify that thing and make a monster movie. I’m scared already 😩
He's great looking! 🐛🐛🐛
Eek! I've got the same plant👍🏻....hope I don't have the same Caterpillar😰😁
well-hidden. Nature is so cool!
@maldavis too well hidden 😂 the tips of my trees are all they hadn’t munched through before I found them 🙈
@cyndi they really looked like part of the plant, laying up the stem and under the leaves. Crafty!! 😂
Sneaky sneaky tricksters for sure.. #hideandseek champs unless you are actively searching for them
Wow he even pretends to be a leaf! Fab.
@cyndi to be honest I’d not even have thought to check had I not noticed the distinct lack of leaves 🤣🤣🤣 even when I searched the plant they were so well camouflaged that I kept missing them 🙈 nature is amazing, truly
@mossy420 I think it’s an eyed hawk-moth 🐛
@valjones-hughes pretended too well 😂 as big as they were they were so hard to find 😜
Love the different pollen colours ❤️💛
Wow I never saw one looking like this. Or at least I didn't realize 😁 It's beautiful 😊
Very cool looking 😎👍💘😍
How cool is that ???!! Good job
@natii I’ve only had it a few days but it changes so fast. Was surprised at the colours when I checked the photo 😛
@ShelleySnyder it’s unusual but gotta love different 😁
@sherrisgarden thank you Sherri 😊
Oh yes!! I love different! Odd ball that's me!🤪💘😍
@ShelleySnyder you and me both, not a bad club to be a part of 😉
Woohoo!! I love a fellow odd ball!😂💘😍
@ShelleySnyder me too 😁🤪😁
Wow I love this 😍
They look so soft and pretty.
@novicegardenlover they really are. Feel like my guinea pigs 😂
Great photo Kerry!💘😍
@ShelleySnyder thanks Shelley 😁
My pleasure Kerry!💘😍
I’ve never seen any pink ones but I saw a lot when I lived in Michigan. Sooo pretty 😊💕
So sweet 💗💗
That looks fabulous and great picture....👍🏼
I’ve recently planted one of these, gorgeous isn’t it?
@terrimclaughlin it’s really quite unusual and just loved the colour 😛
@pelly thank you Jane 😁
That's lovely Kerry 😻
@jeatacake thank you Jeff 😁 something a little different 😋
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