September 2011
American Rose;Sep/Oct2011, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p60
The article discusses the different animals that disturb and damage roses in the garden. The author observed that squirrels had developed a fondness for banana peels, digging up those around the base of miniature roses. In the case of the author, chipmunks dug burrow tunnels that uprooted new rose plants, exposing the roots to damage by drying out. For rabbits, the author suggests application of repellent before the eating habits of the rabbit is developed.


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