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

Well, Donna, I took a good look at my Pulmonaria someone munched and
the bites are fairly jagged, so it could be a critter - my choice is
rabbits or groundhogs; know I have both running around this year.

Re: your doves.  Seems like you need to just put out a pot for them,
let them move in and then plant another pot with what you want to
grow.  I think it's rather neat that they want to live in your pots
and don't mind you being that close to them.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Donna  <justme@prairieinet.net>
> As Kitty suggested, I looked for slugs by/on the hosta... nope, not
> yet.... shortly I am sure!... Wildlife here is unreal this year.
> tonight as I was trying to take some pictures, here is this
> sitting on the bench eating a nut he found. Didn't care that I was
2 ft
> from him... then there are the rabbits... who I have to get my
> dog out to chase or they just look at me like- yeah, what is your
> problem!... add those morning doves... Had a baby last week, and
> enough, planted a few things in my container on the railing of
> porch.. they moved in within an hour. Didn't even think about
> when I was working/building the bog, dirt flying, liner inserted...
> a ft from them... nope, didn't move, could care less.:) Of course I
> have many other birds, raccoons, snakes, and who knows what!
> Cathy, I always let anything come up when I add new dirt. You never
> what treasures you will find. I do get rid of known problems as
soon as
> they surface, but others are left to see what happens (much to the
> aggravation of my neighbors) This 'weed' was in an area that was
put in
> 4 years ago... will let you all know what it turns out to be...
> Donna

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