4650RE: [SCA-Herbalist] Squirrel troubles...
- Jun 6, 2005I am having a similar problem. I read some time ago( and now cannot find
the information) about a planting a squirrel garden. It is plants squirrels
particulary like so they leave your plants alone. Anybody know anything
[mailto:SCA-Herbalist@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of Jadwiga Zajaczkowa /
Sent: Monday, June 06, 2005 8:08 AM
Subject: Re: [SCA-Herbalist] Squirrel troubles...
> I live in an apartment, so I must make do with a container garden.One thing is that they appear to be attracted to areas of open dirt,
> Luckily, though, I have a patio where my container garden may live. My
> problem? Gray squirrels with absolutely no fear. I live in a highly
> suburban area (Columbia, MD), and the squirrels are savaging my dill
> and chives, digging them up. Strangely, they have left my basil, sage,
> lavender, tarragon, and rosemary alone.
where they think they might have buried something last year. Moving your
plants around and covering the dirt with something (especially if you
put some cayenne pepper on top) sometimes helps. I have the same problem
though, and nothing completely helps.
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