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by Spider Lady on August 05, 2005 11:18 PM
Hi everyone!
I planted a bleeding heart bareroot some time ago & a couple of hostas & that very night it was eaten by something that apparently likes bareroots!! (probably a Fisher) I was wondering if anyone has any secrets to making them less palatable to critters? Maybe a container open at both ends??? Thanks (The hostas I can plant as plants, but some things only seem to come in bareroot.)
by gardengal on August 06, 2005 12:49 AM
Hi Spider Lady,
Wish I could help but I sure do not know an answer to this, but I will bump this back up to the top for you! I have never had a problem with critters eating my bulbs or my bareroots (knock on wood). Probably because I live in a former desert (we'd still be one if it wasn't for sprinklers!).

Good luck.

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by BFVISION on August 06, 2005 09:35 PM
Pardon my question, what is a fischer?

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by Spider Lady on August 07, 2005 12:32 AM
Hi BF...
A Fisher is a weezil-type of critter--kind of cute...except when they're digging into stuff which isn't often. They have brown fur & sharp claws.
Where in Northern County NJ are you from? I lived most of my life in Ocean County. I sure miss some of the things down there. Our daughter still lives in Waretown. [kitty]

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