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Re: first bloom and wildlife?


	Lee has given me hope for TB - unfortunately, I didn't order 
BREAKERS when I sent out my iris orders!  I just had to respond to the
wildlife & the garden - we DO have moose here, check out my e-mail address.
THEY do traipse thru the back yard mowing flowers beds in their path....
We also saw a black bear on its hind legs eating the birds' suet and he 
lumbered across our vegetable garden but didn't stop to eat (they are usually
vegetarians) - too much suet, I guess.

	We have no blooms here (but other gardens near here have a bloom or
two - but all the plants look good especially the iris, of course.

	Spring will come in the North Country,

	Ellen      e_galla@moose.ncia.net



  • References:
    • first bloom and widlife
      • From: Lee DeJongh <dejonlee@newnorth.net> (by way of Lee DeJongh <dejonlee@newnorth.net>)



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