a new pest

Mark BROWN brown.mark@wanadoo.fr
Thu, 31 Oct 2013 00:08:17 PDT
I am in wholehearted agreement here!
I have to garden with wild boar and deer and it is not easy but I would not have it any other way!
I love sharing this space with all the other creatures. Endless hours of pleasure.
Salamanders and glow-worms are a particular joy as the were all but extinct in England.
My father used to talk wistfully of them. I was so excited when I saw them here!
This is half of the fun of gardening for me, being in intimate contact with all this life.
It is a challenge at times but then as Henk Gerritsen said it is like "playing chess with Nature".

" Message du 31/10/13 05:46
> De : "Dennis Kramb" 

> My sentiments exactly, Giant Coreopsis! The vast majority of my garden is
> native wildflowers, native shrubs, and native trees. I *love* the snakes,
> frogs, rabbits, and now turkey(s) that my collection has attracted. Not to
> mention the countless types of birds, bees, and butterflies. If this
> turkey wants to take up residence here, I'm kinda stoked about it!
> Especially with winter season setting in... this could be interesting!
> Dennis in Cincinnati"
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