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Re: Outrage!


>I leave an edge
> around the pond of rocks that shift the minute someone steps on it.

Oh, gee, the people on the pond tour must've really loved that.  How many
did you have to pull out of the water?


Kitty
neIN, Z5
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <gossiper@sbcglobal.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2005 10:08 PM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Outrage!


> Raccoons have to wash what ever they eat. I would say he/she was
> moisturizing what ever he was eating, rather than cleaning up in your bird
> bath.
>
> Sounds like tomorrow you will have to head down to the pond to find your
> plants.
>
> Actually, you have to make it unstable around the plants. I leave an edge
> around the pond of rocks that shift the minute someone steps on it. Seems
to
> keep them away if they can not get good footing.
>
> Donna
>
>
> > I have covered the planters with that black mesh used to
> > protect shrubs from the deer, but somehow I don't really
> > expect that to work.  It didn't really work for the azaleas
> > either.  We took away the bird bath - we're pretty sure
> > it was a raccoon because he washed his muddy feet
> > in the birdbath.  It was really loaded with planting soil.
> > There has been some digging in the planters before,
> > but never the complete devastation of this time.  Usually
> > just a hole dug here and there, but this time it dug out
> > every plant, threw them on the ground.  I had to search
> > around in the bushes to find one nice sage plant that
> > was missing.  Some damage goes with living in the
> > woods, but this is too much.
> > Auralie
>
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