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Re: Since we are on id'ing and stuff....

It is the year of the rabbit - first time I've ever seen one in my
garden. He was back last night -Sugar ran him off though - ha! You
should have seen that thing run. Sugar's a big cat and fast for her
size. He didn't realize she's on a tether.

Look but don't munch!!


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Marge Talt" <>
Date:  Tue, 20 May 2003 01:17:24 -0400

>Well, Donna,
>> Yep Jim- definitely the year of the rabbit... so what do you all
>> happened to this hosta? I think it was a rabbit....:( At first I
>> the hail storms... but the one right next to it (not in this
>> fine...
>Does look chewed up, more like slugs than rabbit to me.  Critters
>tend to bite more cleanly tho' it could be rabbit gnawing + slugs.  I
>have one Pulmonaria that seems to be somebody's idea of a good meal. 
>Now is the 2nd year someone has come and chomped the center foliage
>out of it and it ain't deer...I know that for sure; has to be either
>rabbit or groundhog. I am NOT pleased!  Whoever it is and I are going
>to have to have a conference about what is and is not on the menu!
>> last is this a weed or what?!? Has a definite red streak on the
>Looks mighty like some sort of lily to me, really.  Are you sure you
>didn't plant a lily near that spot one year or other?  The only other
>thing it more or less resembles is the progeny of Carex 'Sparkler',
>who are green, not variegated.  But, from your image, it looks more
>succulent about the foliage and stem than a Carex.
>I'd leave it and see if it blooms, when it will be easier to ID.
>Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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