Wasps in the Wildlife Garden

Did you know that most wasps are solitary nesting and don't sting humans?

There are some fascinating wasp species that visit our garden plants for nectar, and use our landscape to hunt for food for their young including caterpillars, sawfly larvae, crickets and katydids.

Find out more about the behavior and lifecycles of some of the wasps who share our landscape with us on my post this week at Native Plants Wildlife Gardens.