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Winter insects in the Atlanta landscape

bagworm tent hanging from arborvitae tree.
bagworm tent hanging from arborvitae tree.
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Although it is winter and the mosquitos are (mostly) gone., there are still other insects to be on the look out for, particularly in shrubs and trees.  Here's a list:


Shrubs:


Trees

The key it to be vigilant throughout the winter.  If you notice browning or odd performance in your landscape plants, have a close look.  Inspect branches as well as tops and bottoms of leaves.

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Abdurrahim is the lead designer at metro-Atlanta based, award-winning Proudland Landscape, LLC.
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