penstemon penstemon@Q.com
Mon, 16 Mar 2015 19:35:48 PDT
Squirrels have higher accuracy.

Much less accurate than my trowel, however. I can slice through a bulb no matter how well it’s labeled. (I call it “subterranean twin-scaling”.)
Another idea, and this one is at least hemi-serious, since I grow all my bulbs in the ground, would be some kind of computerized garden-mapping program so I could eliminate labels and yet be able to locate the bulbs accurately.
I have a three-month-old border collie who thinks removing all the labels from the garden makes it look better.
Bob Nold
Denver, Colorado, USA
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