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by jimmy cee Wed 30 Nov 2016 - 5:46
I was watering my garden tonight and was shocked to see that my rosemary plants had been eaten (almost half of each plant) AND they had been pullled out from the dirt some. I have some plastic fencing around the garden as it is on the ground, but if it were a rabbit, it would have had to do some creative jumping to get in. I was wondering if any birds would have targeted my rosemary....
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Look closely at the plastic fencing! I had plastic and bird netting and they - rabbids, managed to chew through the netting and feast on my herbs. The hole was very small and just at the height of my box. They actually did this to several gardens.
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