Q Which night time vis­i­tor ate my tulip bulbs and left large holes be­hind? KATH SIEGERT, SUFFOLK

Garden Answers (UK) - - Gourmet Grower -

A Tulip bulbs can be eaten by squir­rels, pheas­ants and bad­gers, although usu­ally only in cold weather. Af­ter plant­ing, try sprin­kling dried chill­ies around the bulbs or put chicken wire over them.

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