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Re: HYB:pod:deer story

In a message dated 6/23/04 1:45:21 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
crusher4@wnclink.com writes:

> Not heard much about them eating veggies around here.

In my garden, the first to go are tulips, hostas, then lily and daylily buds. 
 The deer also like balloon flowers roses and asters, but not astilbes or 
coral bells.  They eat irises of various types off and on.  We gave up growing 
veggies here because the low growing plants were eaten by rabbits and taller 
veggies were eaten by deer.  We planted a few tomatoes, peas and peppers next to 
our public iris display garden in Cleveland, where the deer haven't shown up 

Dorothy Willott in Northern Ohio (east of Cleveland)

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