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Re: CULT: pod food?

In a message dated 6/27/2006 5:39:15 P.M. Central Standard Time,  
lmann@lock-net.com writes:

<<Do animals eat iris pods?>>
Deer eat the pods off my TBs.  That's why the pods all wear little  lace 
The caps have come in handy for protecting the first blooms on the  
rebloomers too.  Didn't want to take chances since I know they ate blooms  in the fall 
of 2004.  Hope their food grows back soon.  
Many of the "bee" pods are turning out to be "air" pods.  Apparently  the 
bees were able to stimulate the flower to set pods but didn't carry any  pollen.  
Probably "first" visits??  

If you  don't cross them, you can't  plant them! 
Betty W. in South-central  KY Zone 6 ---
Bridge In Time Iris Garden@website:
_Reblooming Iris - Home Page_ (http://www.rebloomingiris.com/)  
_iris-photos archives_ (http://www.hort.net/lists/iris-photos/)  
_iris-talk archives_ (http://www.hort.net/lists/iris-talk/)  
_AIS: American Iris Society website_ (http://www.irises.org/)   

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