The first type crawls from holes in the ground and leaves behind strange orange shells.
From their orange shells emerge the thumb-sized ghost moth,
which tap on the window in the evening. See their little eyes glow?
Then there are the citrus ghosts.
These are my crude frost protectors flung over the baby citrus trees each night when the forecast minimum is 2 degrees Celsius or less. These frost cloths are thin old sheets I bought at the Gundagai Op Shop for $2.00 each.
Do you have interesting wildlife visit your garden? How do you protect your plants from frost damage?