Re: incredible dracunculus
At 03:13 PM 6/11/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Stacy and aroiders;
> I doubt the Dracunculus would do much as a deer
>repellent, only staying in bloom a few days out of the
>year. At our place (in the 'bush' of central GA) only
>a 15 ft. fence is enough. But be it noted that aroids
>(of which I've several) don't seem to ever be victims
>of the deer at all, and most of mine are outside this
>fence. Does anyone concur, or duspute?
> Bob Burns-
Being a landscaper on Hilton Head Island, SC, a place with a nationaly
known deer problem, I would have to say that most aroids are resistant to
deer browsing. But.... they will defanatly eat caladiums. No experience
with dracunculus. I'll have to try it on the deer heer.