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Caterpillars, Hoverflies and Bees Enjoying Ragwort

Wildlife around ragwort

Ragwort is a common wild flower in northern Europe. Sometimes known as stinking willie. It often pops up in my garden in England and is very popular with the wildlife. See all the caterpillars, hoverflies, bees and other critters that gather round it.

caterpillars on ragwort

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Ragwort is poisonous to certain animals such as horses so it should be destroyed if there are any nearby.

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Bastian Nest and Glow

I'm a former office worker that quit long days in London to move to the countryside and share natural recipes and lifestyle tips.

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