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The new hibiscus finally blooming
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Re: The new hibiscus finally blooming
« Reply #1 on: Mon Sep 28, 2020 - 07:00:16 »
Beautiful.

I love the container planting of it. My problem is my deer seem to think containers are feeders just for them.




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Re: The new hibiscus finally blooming
« Reply #2 on: Mon Sep 28, 2020 - 13:42:15 »
We don't have to worry about deer.    The coyotes and bobcats have scared them all away.     I've encountered two bobcats in the last year,  within a block of my house, while walking the dog.   One (younger, I think) cut and ran when he saw me.   The other, a large adult, took a look at us and calmly walked away as if nothing was wrong.     

And I see coyotes a lot.    Developers surrounded a large area south of our town, and then built into it, displacing animals into neighborhoods.   


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Re: The new hibiscus finally blooming
« Reply #3 on: Mon Sep 28, 2020 - 14:44:33 »
We don't have to worry about deer.    The coyotes and bobcats have scared them all away.     I've encountered two bobcats in the last year,  within a block of my house, while walking the dog.   One (younger, I think) cut and ran when he saw me.   The other, a large adult, took a look at us and calmly walked away as if nothing was wrong.     

And I see coyotes a lot.    Developers surrounded a large area south of our town, and then built into it, displacing animals into neighborhoods.   

We still have foxes not far away.

The coyote have moved on. But even when they were around the deer were still plentiful.


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Re: The new hibiscus finally blooming
« Reply #4 on: Fri Nov 20, 2020 - 12:00:02 »
Nice.  We have a couple of full-grown Hibiscus here.  We make Hibiscus tea about once a year.

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