We sell Hornworms like this one, but ours are not harvested from the wild, nor are they exposed to tomato or tobacco plants which are poisonous to your pets. Please allow us to send you safe hornworms so your pet can enjoy this moisture and calcium filled caterpillar.
Marigolds: Why plant them in your garden? "Annual Marigolds can be used anywhere to deter Mexican bean beetles, squash bugs, thrips, tomato hornworms, and whiteflies. They are also known to repel harmful root knot nematodes that attack tomatoes, potatoes, roses, and strawberries. The root of marigolds produces a chemical that kills nematodes as they enter the soil. If a whole area is infested, at the end of the season, turn the Marigolds under so the roots will decay in the soil."