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Irisborer@aol.com wrote:
> For the first time ever, I have some nefarious creature who is very cleverly
> chewing off my lilies at ground level, then feasting on the buds!  I almost
> admire the ingenuity - but not so much I'm not DAMN p---ed!  Whatever it is
> had missed the last 4 so I staked them... and discovered yesterday that lily
> - stake and all - was history!
> Anyone have any clues?  Any solutions?  I am most assuredly NOT a happy
> camper!
Bunnies??? Any sidgns of tunnels or burrows? How about rings of chicken wire 12 or 
24" tall. Easy to cut and handle. Low impact esthetically. Not too expensive.
John                     | "There be dragons here"
                         |  Annotation used by ancient cartographers
                         |  to indicate the edge of the known world.

John Jones, 35572 Linda Dr., Fremont CA, 94536
jijones@ix.netcom.com, USDA zone 8 (coastal, bay)

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