Repellents To Protect Flower Bulbs

It is very frustrating to plant some flower bulbs in the bed or border and next morning find they have been dug up and chewed up by some critter usually a raccoon or a squirrel.

The trick is to coat the bulbs with an animal repellent as you plant them thereby setting up a situation that makes those bulbs unacceptable for any animal's lunch. We believe that any repellent designed to repel deer or rabbits will work on bulbs to deter raccoons or squirrels from having a bulb lunch.

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