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Olga Kunz

Webado, I have seen pics of bulbs planted and covered with chicken wire to protect them from squirrels, like this: chicken wire over bulbs You could try that and see if it works for you.


   
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peonys

Marianne, thanks for reminding us there is life after 'winter'! Looking at those lush greens, gardens etc is a welcome diversion this time of year. It actually brightened my day by shifting my focus.

   
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Love the Sergio Partillo garden!

   

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