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What lies behind that gate?


The calendar read "spring", but the weather felt like winter when I returned to Mt. Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Maine in late March. The low was 9 degrees Fahrenheit the day before. If it was mud-season, it was only around the edges. Follow me to see what lies behind the garden gate at Mt. Hope Cemetery, Bangor, ME.


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Help again? I was checking the vines this morning and there are small black worms attacking in large numbers the leaves of the muscadines.

They might be Hyalophora cecropia, 1st instar phase. ...I don't think you need to bother getting rid of them. More grape leaves will appear. They won't denude your vines.


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