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Re: squrriels

In a message dated 3/31/1999 7:48:42 PM Central Standard Time,
Meum71@aol.com[Paul] writes:

<< if you keep your Hosta bed with nice
 soft soils the squirrels will have fun.  For me the fall is the worst since I
 do most of my planting in late summer and fall they love to dig the plants up
 to see what's under them. >>

Hi Paul & All,

Do you think that perhaps sprinkling dried blood(blood meal) on top of new
plantings would deter the squirrels? I know it DOES keep canines and rabbits
at bay. 

I find squirrels strange creatures---why do I have so many in my garden? There
are huge nests in many of our big trees---AND I am the only nut in the garden!

Clyde Crockett z5 Indy Indiana
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