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as it's a wildflower and I really like it. So do some insects. I guess you could dig up what you have or use weed killer on it. fox and cubs is another name it goes by Grim the Collier is another name and it is a thug. Fortunately in grass, a Lawn
ladybirds in late summer, so the next year you may not see many about in early spring. It's a cycle many predatory animals go through, known scientifically as Predator-Prey Dynamics (or more commonly "foxes and rabbits".) Quite a few in my garden
the increasing number of rats; that's four in a month now. I guess I'll just have to accept that we live in a city, so they'll be everywhere.Last week a fox was regularly walking through the garden between 6 and 6.30am. I used to wonder why I would see them
There is a delicate balance between wanting to see nature in the garden, and suffering the consequences of its visits. I am decidedly at the easy end of the spectrum, and all I have to worry about are a few dollops of fox faeces in return for close
and other things we have propagated); give your bulbs a head start - we've just planted up some and have hidden them away from the squirrels/foxes until they get their roots down. I want to get a heated propagator for next year....so we can sow a wider range
don't mind the fox or the cats as they dispose of the rats and mice.
and plant waste from the garden. there is a lot of life in a compost bin,worms of every size and shape,earwigs,and allsorts of creepy crawlies,mice and rats,fox and cat sit on top and I wish I could say hedgehog.I have toads and newts in the greenhouse.
in order to divert them. Pepper dust might work or attract a fox to your garden. sorry not much help really I believe Lavender is supposed to be good but I know a woman who tried it and they ate it. She lives next door to a golf course in Blarney and still
I dont have a greenhouse and was wondering it i could grow tomatoe's from seed in my South Facing lounge - of which gets very hot when the sun appears. Reason being - have too many munchers in my garden and also a badger/foxes who like to have
get a lot of foxes and cats in our garden so it is quite possible that it has come in on one of them. Look for the white roots to confirm. I agree that it is enchanters nightshade. I have it and it is a pain. Have bben trying to eradicate it without