I'm very new to gardening and planted three "Becky" shasta daisy plants right next to four "Magnus" echinacea coneflowers about two weeks ago. Neither have bloomed as it is not their time yet however.....
The leaves on my coneflowers have been eaten away so baldy they look like leaf skeletons (pics to follow) while my shasta daisy leaves have been untouched. I went out into the garden last night and so an insect on one of my coneflower leaves. It looked very suspect because it was half in-half out one of the "eaten" holes on the leaf (pics to follow).
Does anyone know of an insect that "prefers" echinacea while "dislikes" shastas? I'm trying to find out what I'm dealing with so I can get rid of this nocturnal pest. Thanks, jb