a varmint near-first....

Russell Stafford, Odyssey Bulbs odysseybulbs@earthlink.net
Mon, 26 Mar 2007 10:59:23 PDT
Since we finally seem to be past the single digit Fahrenheit nights, 
a few days ago I removed the pine needle mulch from my flats.  At the 
same time, I also removed the protective covers (inverted propagation 
flats) from some of the winter colchicums so they could have some 
breathing space.  Today when I checked the "nursery", what should I 
find but colchicum shoots and corms strewn about, the remains of a 
squirrel browsing frenzy.  I wonder if it managed to get anything 
down.  If so, it's either very sick, very dead, or very gout-free.

Russell, where snow remains on the ground and no squirrel remains 
have so far been found.

Russell Stafford
Odyssey Bulbs
PO Box 382
South Lancaster, MA  01561

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