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nborchardt
Sep 14, 2020
Lovely picture of a garden that will never be seen at my house.....sigh...just call me the "Terminator" of plants...sigh. Have a most wonderful day and blessings for all the Puzzlers.
aussiesapphire
Sep 14, 2020
Try succulents, they are pretty hard t kill. Hugs.
nborchardt
Sep 15, 2020
That I have notices when we have gotten some and we have some lovely fake ones in the house that I know are safe from my killing them! Have a marvelous day, my friend, and continue to heal from your fall. Blessings!
aussiesapphire
Sep 22, 2020
Hugs nborchardt.
pixipixil
Sep 14, 2020
Looks like early spring stuff. I'm trying to decide if I want to put in more bulbs. We have so many chipmunks it will have to be something they don't eat which eliminates tulips :-( I have chinodoxa (which I love)
and loads of daffodils so I guess that leave hyacinths. Any other suggestions?
nborchardt
Sep 14, 2020
Sounds like you have it covered. I did not know chipmunks eat bulbs! All I knew was that they can climb a pole to the birds food and jump back off with their little cheeks just bulging!
pixipixil
Sep 14, 2020
You've got that right. It is possible to make the pole too slick for them but a website said it could get on the birds and damage their feathers.
trynfindit
Sep 14, 2020
What if you made a "cage" of chicken-wire and put it over each bulb.
Take a square of chicken-wire, form it around the end of a can of the needed size and press the chicken-wire around the can. Then use it as a cage over the bulb. Or, just thought about this...make the "cage" long enough to close the open end, put the bulb in the cage and close up the open end. The roots will go down through the chicken-wire and the shoots will come through the wire.
nborchardt
Sep 15, 2020
Great idea, trynfindit!!!
pixipixil
Sep 15, 2020
Never tried chicken wire cages. I made some with hardware "cloth" which is a wire mesh of about 1/2" squares. Used it on my lilies. I don't know if it worked. Some still didn't come up the next year and others somehow pushed out the sides and came up outside the cage. I think chicken wire would have too big holes. While the chipmunks couldn't dig up or remove the bulbs they could still get enough of their snouts inside to chew them. Chicken wire is pretty flexible so it wouldn't keep the varmint from pushing it against teh bulbs.
On the other hand it did work as a ground cover to keep my neighbor's cats from using my flower bed as a litter box. I appreciate the thought. Maybe making a huge wire box around all the bulbs on all sides would do it. In that case I could use the chicken wire which is cheaper and so much easier to work with than hardware cloth.
leia7
Sep 14, 2020
Happy birthday aussisapphire! September 12th is a beautiful day!
leia7
Sep 14, 2020
Aussiesapphire
nlbuchanan
Sep 14, 2020
Have a wonderful, blessed birthday, aussie!
aussiesapphire
Sep 14, 2020
Thank you both - as you are probably aware by now I did a huge face plant prior to my birthday lunch, so they all celebrated without me and I was carted off to the hospital - must be a reason for this but don't know what it is.
nlbuchanan
Sep 15, 2020
Sometimes, for me, the reason is simply that I am clumsy.
aussiesapphire
Sep 15, 2020
Lol Nancy - I put it down to the ageing factor. The eye has started to open so the swelling must be going down and I look like half a raccoon at the moment lol. Hugs.
KwkClkrSwkr
Sep 14, 2020
Pretty.
JAMP124
Sep 14, 2020
Lovely garden --- colorful/
babygirlkfor
Sep 14, 2020
Pretty!
jas6415
Sep 14, 2020
Going to be a beautiful bed of flowers
elijah13
Sep 14, 2020
Not easy but pretty. Today is cooking day--8 chicken thighs so I can make meals. I just add veggies and potato and freeze. Then defrost when I want it and add a salad. Easy meals--just cooking day isn't easy.

Never quit. If you stumble, get back up. What happened yesterday no longer matters. Today is another day. So get back on track and move on. by Brigitte
nborchardt
Sep 14, 2020
Wonderful quote and reminder for those of us who sometimes forget we're not 25 anymore! Have a nice day cooking, elijah13. You have a goal and that is terrific. I, on the other hand, willl probably do nothing at all! LOL!
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