Oy vey! A squirrel dug out my Holy Mouse Ears!
I came home tonight after a horrid day at school (kids were holding a competition as to who could be the most utterly disrespectful...) to find my dear little Holy Mouse Ears dug out of its hole in the ceramic pot, laying on its side and its leaves all wilted. The root ball was pretty dry.
I replanted it instantly and watered my whole garden, especially the ceramic pot, very thoroughly.
Do you think it can come back? I put some fist-sized rocks I'd dug out of the contractor fill soil all around the surface of the soil in the ceramic pot, around the hostas in it, so the squirrels would have to become weightlifters to dig in the soil again. It was that or use the same rocks to bash their little skulls in. Every single day I come home to find yet more divots in my garden, often having dislodged plants like this. Four different commercial repellents have been totally ineffective.