Has anyone got any idea what could be eating all the leaf tips of ou
bluebells which were planted nearly two years ago. We don't hav
rabbits or deer and thought bluebells were poisonous to most insect
Thanks so much for that. Could it be hares also? There are some hole
in the leaves and the tips are all gone - about five thousand of them!
We don't have any rabbits but I suppose it could be both hares an
Rick. Where do you live? I thought hares were everywhere. They ar
very cute but cause terrible garden problems, particularly to youn
trees. Here is a link to tell you about them:
http://www.ipcc.ie/infohare.html Believe me, if you don't have them
you don't want them! However I do think the bluebells are being eate
by slugs or earwigs as you suggested. How do I deal with that ove
about one acre of woodland? Most grateful for any ideas.
P.S. Hares go a bit mad in March hence the expression "Mad as a Marc
hare", A March hare went to the Mad Hatter's tea party in Alice i
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