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Re: peony, now Glaucidium, now Aconitum, now Blister Beetles

Interesting my blister beetles only go after the bush clematis - usually leave the vines alone (except for last year when they hit the C. montana). Flea beetles, however decimated my Oenothera speciosa and two asters this year.
On Sunday, September 5, 2004, at 02:45 PM, Gene Bush wrote:

I do get hit by blister beetles couple times a year on the fall blooming
anemone... they also hit clematis hard along with asparagras. It seems we
are a rarity here getting those beetles. Not very well known in this area.
Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5 Southern Indiana

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