One of the big differences between England and Transylvania is the diversity of insects. Entomologists love it here, chasing down small beasts no longer seen in more industrial countries of Europe.
Of course we have all the English favourites – the honey bee and the Red Admiral butterfly share a late white rose in the warm autumn sun. We also have a familiar English enemy – the Cabbage White butterfly – whose eggs turn into cabbage leaf munchers that create filigree vegetables.
What do you grow in your garden?