White Butterflies Or Moths In Garden. Large white or cabbage white (pieris brassicae). The white butterflies can often be seen twirling and spinning right above your garden.
Butterflies in the garden are often welcome sights as they frolic from flower to flower. It has been proven that the pesky white cabbage moth is territorial and dislikes others invading its feeding grounds. By rotating these fake white butterflies throughout your garden will help to confuse and deflect these pests from landing on your vegetables.
Small whites will tunnel into the hearts of cabbages, so.
Soon it flies to nectar plants to feed and later to host plants,. Night workers moths tend to seek out white and lighter coloured flowers as they are easier to see in the dark. Whiteflies are truly tiny and fly by day. Most moths are nocturnal, so if they are active in the day, it is probably a butterfly.