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Re: Overwintered hostas in pots

In a message dated 3/30/99 9:30:41 AM Eastern Standard Time, PETSKT@aol.com

<< Also squirrels digging into hosta beds looking for oak and beech fruits.
Too many in my area to trap!  Susan >>

Hi Susan,...I  have the same problem with squirrels..  As soon as I plant a
hosta or an impatiens, the darn squirrels are right there trying to dig it
up..  They do dig up my impatiens at times, but have not YET left any hostas
laying on top of the ground.    The loose dirt must  be what attracts them -
it's easier to dig there.   I do  not want to trap and move them, I guess
overall I enjoy the squirrels but they get to be  a pain in the butt.. IF ya
got oakl trees I guess that's what you have to live with.

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