The leaves of this willow herb are oval, with pointed tips, and they are cut into sharp teeth all round the edge.
It can be reared very well on willow herb (Epilobium) and on fuchsia.
Those I had were laid in June on a leaf of willow herb (Epilobium).
It will eat almost any sort of Galium; also willow herb (Epilobium), and purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria).
Across where there is a mud-bank the stout stems of the willow herb are already tall.
So I will only name meadow-sweet, yarrow, loose-strife, lady's bed-straw and willow herb—both the larger and the lesser.