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Carpet bugle plant in garden?

This is a discussion on Carpet bugle plant in garden? within the Garden Beginners &, Human Waste Offal part of the Gardening &, Farming category, I got this little bugger from Amazon, looks like a tiny hornet, very green colour.

I guess it's some kind...

I got this little bugger from Amazon, looks like a tiny hornet, very green colour.

I guess it's some kind of bee, but the hornet nature came out from the description and the pictures.

I have put it in a container which seems not to be enough for such a little bug. Do you think its worth it to put it in a good location? It seems like no direct light, but more in a shaded spot in the front of my house.

Will it make some kinda "spit" when it is very irritated and aggressive?

I got this little bugger from Amazon, looks like a tiny hornet, very green colour.

I guess it's some kind of bee, but the hornet nature came out from the description and the pictures.

I have put it in a container which seems not to be enough for such a little bug. Do you think its worth it to put it in a good location? It seems like no direct light, but more in a shaded spot in the front of my house.

Will it make some kinda "spit" when it is very irritated and aggressive?

1.They are also known as bugle bugs. They are not bees. The green color comes from their secretions.

2.As for the amount of space, I would not spend much time worrying about that right now. We don't want them to begin to build a nest.

3.I hope the pictures show the distance from your plants.

4.Yes.

5.

I wouldn't want one around the patio area at all. There are nasty (for humans) animals out there that would like to chomp on a bug that looks like that.

To tell you the truth, if I got one at my house, I would set the container up outside the screened porch and I would hold the top of the container above the porch roof, with a metal rod through a hole in the top. It would be situated so that the top of the container is not within 2 to 3 feet of anything else. That is not only in case the insect is hungry,


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