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What's eating my japanese forest grass?

Posted by cottagegardenfee 6 (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 9, 10 at 16:29

Bummer. I was told that my japanese forest grass was deer and rabbit resistant. Could it be my cat?

Thoughts? Thanks!

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RE: What's eating my japanese forest grass?

  • Posted by jean001 z8aPortland, OR (My Page) on
    Tue, Nov 9, 10 at 18:22

Could be. Here, it would be my dogs.

That said, any chance of posting pictures?

RE: What's eating my japanese forest grass?

"Deer and rabbit resistance" does not equate with "deer and rabbit proof". This has somewhat sharp blades that these animals find are not very "mouthable" so they tend to satu away from them if there are other, more delectable, things to eat. However new members of the wild animal community around you will not know that until adter they have tasted those types of plants. Live and learn.

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