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Re: Ah, spring

So far, daffs have been safe, but last year the deer ate so many
things that they never touched before that I don't trust them any
more.  Last year, for the first time ever, they ate artemisia,
monarda and rue (Ruta graveolens).  I had always thought those
three were completely safe.  So now I don't feel I can trust anything.
It's really depressing.
In a message dated 3/29/2008 1:43:36 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
pulis@mindspring.com writes:

You're the first person I've heard of who's lost Hellebore blooms to deer. 
They normally ignore them in even the most badly deer-infested neighborhoods 
here.  Deer (and squirrels and rabbits) ignore Daffs, too.

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