Have You Noticed More Critter Damage This Year?

Anne McNeil amcdeubner@gmail.com
Fri, 24 Apr 2015 05:54:05 PDT
I have more underground critters eating things they never touched before.
I am attributing this to the coyotes killing cats around my area, who
usually catch the gophers, moles and voles.  I hope your wrist is right now
and you can continue healing well.  It is no fun to have to work around

On Fri, Apr 24, 2015 at 5:28 AM, Judy Glattstein <jgglatt@gmail.com> wrote:

> Some bulbs always get eaten - tulips. Some seemingly never get eaten -
> narcissus. This year, even though snow is gone and flowers are hurling
> themselves into bloom (and quickly vanishing again) I'm seeing some
> munching on plants I would no expect.
> Anemone - either A. flaccida and / or A. nemorosa 'Vestal' (they've run
> together.) Non-bulbous - Rhododendron yakusimanum has fuzzy undersides to
> leaves. Deer never ate - until this year.
> Anyone else seen his sort of thing?
> Judy in New Jersey where we've flip-flopped from oddly high 78 degree F.
> weather back to the more normal 50s
> Still the grumpy left-handed, one-fingered typist - orthopedist didn't
> like how my wrist had "settled." So after 28 days of knitting together he
> "unraveled" the bones and put in pins. Today is my first post-op visit. I'd
> cross my fingers for a good report but with only one working hand I have
> none to spare
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