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Doug's Way With Roses
... month, and frost can nip the new growth even later. I plan to use the chicken wire enclosures that I use around each plant for rabbit deterrence as a protection from frost ...
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Doug's Way With Roses: November-December 1999
... a good choice. Pine bark mulch, too, provides some protection. Since I use enclosures of chicken wire around most of my plants to protect against rabbits, I have found that they are ...
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Clytostoma callistegioides - Vines Forum - GardenWeb
... so it didn't blow off, the vine would do fine. I would build a chicken wire cage around it, fill the cage with leaves or straw, then put the bucket over ...
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'Small' problem - Daylily Forum - GardenWeb
... waiting to be planted! Right now I have my new DLs surrounded by rings of chicken wire, but only because they are small and new. I was wondering if anyone has tried ...
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Orchid Forum - GardenWeb
... , last one posted on Wed, May 10, 06 at 11:21 Orchids outside - alternatives to chicken wire? Posted by: whitecat8 z4 MN on Sat, May 6, 06 at 15:06 22 follow ...
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An actual Rose Emergency! - Roses Forum - GardenWeb
... you mean sort of a donut affair? Like a wall o' water, only made with chicken wire and leaves, or do you mean real shredded hardwood bark mulch? Or those rose cones ... to prevent the ground from freezing. You could put a collar made of newspaper or chicken wire around the base of the bush and fill it with whatever you chose to use ...
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Humidity and Houseplants
... area of pebbles, the more effective the method will be. Totems for climbing plants - Take chicken wire and roll it into a totem (tube). Fill the tub with peat moss. Anchor the ...
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Slugs
... . 2. Ensure adequate spacing between plants in the garden, stake tomatoes and use materials like chicken wire for peas to climb up to reduce the amount of foliage inclose proximity to ground ...
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Our Climate
... cages--wood frames high, wide, and deep enough for the berry bushes but faced with chicken wire to suggest to the wee birdies that lunch is best sought elsewhere. It was too ...
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Archive 2002
... Those plants were on poles with nothing but a bit of chicken wire attached, and yet they were magnificent plants. The plants here are ... (Baby) Bill Mackenzie on a post, the post just visible, the wire, invisible. Plant is 14 months old, first full season. This time ... planted as seedling 24/6/00), just before flowering. The post and wire mesh supporting the plant are completely hidden by the growth. ...
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