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Re: Louisianas- Favorites? and Rebloomers?

This should probably have gone under the moles-voles thread, however it
fits the
Louisianas...and Rebloomers? better.

I have had RED DAZZLER and RED ECHO rebloom in our garden. Unfortunately,
voles love Louisianas almost as much as they relish tulips. We mulched our
LAs heavily and that is a recipe for disaster vice voles. We lost about 80%
of our LAs on an upswing vole year (They follow a cyclical population
pattern as do varying hares, lynx, lemmings, etc) and lost the rest in the
next, peak, year.

Have not solved the LA problem yet -- have put all my hostas in 1/4 inch
mesh wire cages sunk 18 inches deep -- works most of the time. So far have
done without LAs rather than trying to grow them in jail.

Best regards,

Mike Lowe, enjoying rebloom on GOLDEN ENCORE, waiting for BROTHER CARL to open.

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