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Re: Almaden

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Almaden
  • From: Kitty Johnston
  • Date: Mon, 26 Aug 2002 12:31:13 +0000

One squirrel shouldn't be a problem.  I am the first house next to a 75 acre
estate and we have over 3 dozen hungry critters who maraud and dig and chew. wrote:

> In a message dated 8/25/2002 6:35:59 PM Central Daylight Time,
> writes:
> <<  I had this iris but it was eaten by
>  squirrels >>
> I now have a resident squirrel.  A neighbor cut down his/her home so it/they
> moved to my yard.  It stole sunflower pods that I'd layed on the deck to dry
> & digs in the pots of iris, but I've not seen indication that it eats iris.
> Hope not anyway.
> Betty Wilkerson Zone 6 SouthCentral Kentucky
> American Iris Society web site <>
> iris-talk/Mallorn archives: <>
> iris-photos/Mallorn archives: <>
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