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Re: armadillos


Interesting, I always think of them as so Texas!  Didn't realize they were that far East.

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Island Jim <jsinger@igc.org>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sat, 22 Feb 2003 19:36:31 -0500

>yeah, florida, too. like lemmings. every spring there is a mass migration 
>of them onto major highways to become roadkill. not real bright animals. 
>we've got one that lives in the culvert under our driveway. the short one 
>has chanced upon it twice [i think] on the drive and hit it in the butt 
>with a broom. which only sends it back to the culvert [and not into 
>traffic, as would be my preference].
>
>At 05:59 PM 2/22/03 -0600, you wrote:
>>Armadillos?  In Tennessee??  Wow.
>>
>>---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
>>From: Zemuly@aol.com
>>Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
>>Date:  Sat, 22 Feb 2003 10:13:44 EST
>>
>> >In a message dated 02/22/2003 2:14:05 AM Central Standard Time,
>> >mtalt@hort.net writes:
>> >
>> >
>> >> The foliage and stems sure don't smell like lilac to
>> >>
>> >
>> >Whatever the smell of this plant, and it's really strange, the deer do not
>> >appear to like it, making it a definite keeper in my yard.  BTW, I noticed
>> >those bad babies have really been munching on the emerging rose growth.  I
>> >don't think I will have to do much pruning on the bushes on the outer
>> >perimeter of the rose bed.  I'm just grateful I still have a sense of humor
>> >where they are concerned.  I also must admire their ability to even get to
>> >the rose bushes without breaking a leg -- what with all the rain 
>> (another 1.5
>> >inches last night), the holes from skunks and armadillos, and the mole
>> >tunnels one does take a risk in walking around out there. :-)
>> >
>> >zem
>> >zone 7
>> >West TN
>> >
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>>Pam Evans
>>Kemp TX/zone 8A
>>
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Kemp TX/zone 8A



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