Cutter bees on tecoma stans?

goldie11April 24, 2013

My tecoma stans has lots of these little round cut-outs in the leaves - much like cutter bees leave on my rose bush. Is this harmful? Anything I should do?

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Yes, cutter bees. Nothing to do about them.

They don't harm the plants, and they are excellent pollinators.

    Bookmark   April 24, 2013 at 8:54PM
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