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What ate my begonia?

Posted by jankay 7b SC (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 29, 06 at 9:44

My friend gave me several plants last night, which I left on the back patio. This morning the begonia was eaten to the roots, while none of the other plants were touched. There was a blooming plumbago right next to it -- not a mark. Are there animals that are known for liking begonias? All I found on the internet said that deer do NOT like them. I haven't ever had a plant eaten by anything other than slugs, although my yard backs up to the woods. Anyway, I'll keep the begonia inside and see if it will bounce back -- any tips for helping it?

Many thanks, as always, for all the support and advice shared on this forum.

Jan


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RE: What ate my begonia?

  • Posted by bmchan z5 central MA (My Page) on
    Mon, Jul 10, 06 at 22:08

I never heard of that (I'm in Zone 5 'tho).


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