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Re: dumped animals

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] dumped animals
  • From: Autmirislvr@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 26 May 2006 15:32:30 EDT

In a message dated 5/26/2006 11:44:28 A.M. Central Standard Time, donald@eastland.net writes:
<<This is a first. This fellow is stomping around in one of the iris beds. >>
I couldn't imagine what I was going to see! 
Those grow wild around here.  Herd of 7-9 walk across my garden regularly.  One ate a seed pod in 2004 so now my babies wear lace caps.  I asked a neighbor just a day or two ago how the deer were able to walk ACROSS my beds without breaking anything!  I see the hoof prints.  
They had found another route for a few months, but I'm finding tracks again. 
If you don't cross them, you can't  plant them! 
Betty W. in South-central KY Zone 6 ---
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