What is a bookworm garden?
A bookworm is a tiny plant that can grow up to 6cm long.
They are often referred to as a plant with the “worm on its back”.
In a nutshell, they are the smallest plants around.
They can grow in pots, pots and containers and can be planted as a bedding or a living plant.
Bookworm gardeners are often the first to identify the pests, the best place to look for them and what to do if they are found.
Bookworms grow in any climate but they prefer cool, moist areas and thrive in the shade.
There are several different species of bookworms, with some having an even more varied and diverse life cycle.
The main difference between them is that the larvae can be found in pots and pots often have more than one larva.
They also need water to survive.
They grow in almost any environment, from under the eaves of homes to under gardens and in even the most dark places.
Book worms have also been identified in the garden of a wealthy man.
A book worm was found in a pot on the floor in his bedroom.
When he went to clean it up, he found it had been there for days and was still alive.
A common pest to bookworm gardening is leaf rust, which is caused by an insect that eats the leaf.
It can cause serious damage to your garden.
You should always inspect your plants before they are put into pots, as this will prevent them from rotting and becoming a pest.
A number of different bookworm species can survive in soil, and can survive for many years.
A typical house bookworm will usually live for at least two years, and the adults will live for two to five years.
They will then reproduce and eventually produce young.
They may be introduced to a new area by people who have never grown up in the area, but most will survive and develop into adults.
Some species of house bookworms will not be invasive if you are not using them as a source of food, and you do not need to be concerned about them entering your garden if you do.
For more information on bookworm and garden pest management, visit our pest guide.