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What Animals Are You Protecting Bulbs From? A wide variety of animals will snack on flower bulbs. Most commonly, mice are the issue, but squirrels, chipmunks, voles and gophers can also be to blame. Oftentimes a gardener will blame moles as well, but moles do not eat bulbs or roots of plants. More often than not, it’s the usual suspects ...

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Nothing can be more devastating to a gardener than seeing his beautiful lilies taken down to the ground after months of glorious anticipation and care of those precious bulbs. Rodents and foragers can quickly become a menace to bulb gardeners, particularly since lily foliage is a special treat to many of them. Even ...

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10 Tips for Protecting Tulip Bulbs A bed or container of glorious tulip bulbs declares the arrival of spring. To protect your spring blast from weather, diseases, and the pests that love tulip bulbs as much as you do, use these 10 smart solutions.

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Squirrels and other small creatures won’t eat daffodils or other narcissi bulbs. These are good choices where pests are a problem. Animal Deterrents. One could get very imaginative on the subject of animal deterrents, but why not just get a big dog? We’re not suggesting a "pit bull" or an attack dog. Just a big, frisky fellow with a loud bark.

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Squirrels, voles, chipmunks and other animal pests view your flower bulbs as a tasty treat. They'll dig them up or eat them from below if given the chance. Tulips (Tulipa spp.), which grow in U.S ...

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The weakened bulbs are then fed on by mites. Animals. Animals such as squirrels, rats, mice, moles and skunks may dig up the bulbs in your flower bed. There is no proof that any animal will eat a daffodil bulb even though it is a standard assumption. There is a possibility that a skunk will dig into an infested bulb to get the grub.

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What animals eat tulips? Moles, mice, chipmunks, squirrels can eat the flowers and leaves. As for rabbits, its not advised and the bulbs are highly poisonous. Another answer

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Tulips grace spring gardens with large, colorful flowers as long as the succulent bulbs don't attract unwanted attention from rodent pests. Squirrels, mice and other rodents may dig up the bulbs ...

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Q. Mike: This morning to my surprise I saw a squirrel attack and devour my yellow and red tulips. Do squirrels normally eat tulips? And what can I do about it? Thanks! ---Ron in Cherry Hill, NJ So many of my tulip stems are headless. Is there anything I can do to protect them? I don't know if it's the squirrels or rabbits eating them.

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We've put together this list of 25 perennial flowers that are a snap to grow. Check out these easy-to-grow perennials and dig in! ... Animal; How Do I Stop Squirrels from Eating My Tulips? How Do I Stop Squirrels from Eating My Tulips? I have 30 or 40 tulips planted in my yard. Every time they produce buds, squirrels bite them off. ...