When news came from my gardener that it was the white cabbage moth that was eating my lettuce and tomato plants I was in the kitchen making salads for the family, discussing our grandmother's old fashioned remedy - Chamomile tea – a big dipperful over the cabbage leaves. After I learned that you could kill them with Nature's Way Caterpillar Killer I began to wonder if it might not be better to let them live the life they deserved. And so, it was on one of my morning walks when I caught eight or nine white moths dancing in and out of a Limonium bush, also known as: Statice, Sea Lavender or Marsh Rosemary. That led me to think about the wonderful design of nature, all coming together at once. The White Cabbage Moth, alias White Cabbage Butterfly brushing its hindwings over a canvas of lilac. Later that night when I awoke from a fitful sleep I decided I would no longer bother to check the tomatoes, lettuce, and cabbage leaves for the white moths' damage. I would stop my fingers doing that crazy thing that comes with age.