You thought the critters with the six legs disappeared. Think again.
If I sound like the Orkin man, well– that’s the right tone to hit with this one.
They’re not technically a critter, there’s an entomologist somewhere out there that would be really unhappy with me for that categorization. But Japanese beetles can be a menacing pest to almost 200 different types of plants.
It seemed they were really out in force during the beginning of the summer. They mostly disappeared. But as gardening expert Tom Wood shows us below with the help of The Ohio State University, you’ll want check your rose bushes.
There’s a good chance those summer visitors are still on your property.