I live in a Seattle neighborhood with a large squirrel population. In the
Fall, they dig up and eat many Tulip bulbs. Same problem with Summer
flowering bulbs. Strangely, they seem to leave daffodils undisturbed.
I was once told of a simple, household product that repelled them without
killing them. I've forgotten what it was. Can anyone help.
Or, is there a commercial squirrel repellant?
Look out for the neighbors windows, and learn to make squirrel gravy.
Seriously tho, the only thing I can think of would be an oder deterrent
such as moth ball flakes, rabbit and squirrel repellent (which is moth
ball flakes)or sometimes dried blood powder will buy you enough time
to let your bulbs complete their cycle.
What about an MK 37 :) :) - My dad once shot a rat that had come into the
house via hose connection to Washer. He blew a hole through the water line,
sewer line, the floor, and pulverized the rat - all of which flowed onto the
They're looking to get fat for the winter, right? Mix some peanut
butter with Portland cement. They get constipated and don't return. Put it
in a short length of large plastic pipe to keep it out of the rain.
If room allows in the flower bed, stake down some metal chicken
fence to cover the bulbs.
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