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Has anybody tried this?

Posted by mosswitch 6b (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 29, 13 at 22:44

From the Old House Gardens Gazette this morning in my email:

Protect Your Daylilies with Vick's Vapo-Rub
Got deer? Here's a tip from our friend Diana Bristol of Bloomingfields Farm, deep in the deer-infested wilds of Connecticut, who swears by it to protect her hundreds of hostas and daylilies: Put a little Vick's Vapo-Rub on your thumb and index finger and then touch bud or leaf with it here and there. Diana says touching the smallest buds on a stalk is especially effective because the Vapo-Rub will remain on them for a long time before they get big enough to bloom and drop.

Says hostas also....think I will go down thru the beds with a jar of Vicks and try it out as soon as they are up. It would be just too easy if it actually works!

Sandy


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RE: Has anybody tried this?

Interesting. It might work. It should clear your sinuses too. Keep us posted.

Steve


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RE: Has anybody tried this?

'Deer-infested' heh heh.....Stinkin' animals are overrunning the Earth! ;)


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