Related Program: NatureNotes Eggs on Stalks? By Rudy Mancke • Jan 21, 2019 Related Program: NatureNotes ShareTweetEmail The eggs of a Green Lacewing. BlueRidgeKitties [CC BY-NC-SA 2.0] via Flickr The eggs of the Green Lacewing are attached to stalks. Lacewing larvae are welcome in gardens because they eat aphids. Listen Listening... / 1:00 Listen... NatureNotes is a production of South Carolina Public Radio. Tags: NatureNatureNotesscetv.orgSCETV AppShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread.