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Re: head count

Well, cats of course, but if that doesn't suit you, fencing, min 2 ft high,
is about all you can do.  You can fiddle with sprays and what-not, but they
wear off and you lose stuff.  Beyond that, you'll just have to grow
something they don't like, and I KNOW that won't suit you ;+).   I never
have trouble w/bunnies cuz of my cats, but we've been dealing with them at
our MG nursery.  It's easier to protect nursery plants than landscaped
plants though.  Keep in mind that bunnies like young tender stuff, so if you
can protect them with net bags supported over them or fencing until they get
bigger and tougher, you might just win the battle.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Daniel Roman" <djroman@worldnet.att.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, February 13, 2005 10:41 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] head count

> I'm usually a lurker, checking mail only couple times a week due to my
> schedule. I am impressed with the amount of knowledge that everyone brings
> to this list. Most question get answered, most problems get a solution and
> enjoy the sprinkle of humor in the replies.
> Been gardening since 1950, water gardening since 1990 - two ponds, a
> gardener since 1996,  raise Amaryllis, Brugmansia, Lantana, pitcher
> native plants and a few Paph. orchids here in Bethlehem, PA (USA) zone 6.
> No deer problems but a serious rabbit problem that requires most shrubs to
> be caged. Any suggestions for control of the cute bunnies?
> Dan
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