Good for them, if they managed to reach
China....they eat them there...!
All your mails about dears are so "exotic" for
In our tame Western Europe, no big spaces nor wild
life on your scale!
Some wild rabbits maybe, a mole or two, blue tits,
crows, and magpies, yes.
Like Betty, my main problem are dogs, who don't
seem to comprehend the orthogonal logic of successive iris beds and alleys...,
and prefer the fun of perpendicular wandering!
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, December 24, 2007 3:45
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Cult: For
those of you w Deer Problems -Biggest Dog
<<this just might
My iris garden was planted right in the
middle of the deer's normal path. I still find new footprints on a
regular basis. The deer are relatively light footed and seem to know how
to step around the soaker hoses and the bloom stalks. As long as I
remember to put lace caps on the seed pods, we live in peaceful
The neighbor dogs cause more damage than the
deer. Unfortunately, the dogs decided to dig a new route to China a
couple of weeks ago. Wouldn't you know it was in the middle of a
Sent: Sun, 23 Dec 2007 2:19
Subject: [iris-photos] Cult: For those of you w Deer Problems -Biggest
You know this just might work.
From one of our iris growers in
I'll take him, have lots of
deer to eat !!
Linda in CW AZ