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Re: Weeds - Bird Feeders

Hi Glenn,
I have several bird feeders over hosta. I am using Droll Yankees
thistle feeders with a large tray. The finches seem to scatter
the seeds but the large tray catches most of them. Every other
day I remove the tray and pour the seeds back into the feeder.

I use weed block between the hostas with mulch on top of the
weed block. Every now and then some seed will germinate but
not that often.

If you are interested in the feeders, call or e-mail Droll Yankees
I know they will send you a catalog.

Droll Yankees Inc.
27 Mill road
Foster, Rhode Island 02825-1366
Ph. 1-800-352-9164
E-Mail: Drollbird@aol.com

Michael Laico
Crossville, TN

At 09:26 AM 5/30/99 +0100, you wrote:
>  Anyone ever postion a bird feeder (preferably containing thistle seed)
>over a hosta bed?
>Glen Williams Zone 5a   Springfield , Vermont.

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