Stop voles before they start with this tip from Fine Gardening Magazine. Voles eat grasses, tubers, and, unfortunately for gardeners, bulbs. Battling them can be time consuming and replacing chewed plants can quickly become expensive. If you’ve got voles in your area, then you’ll want to be sure to protect newly planted bulbs. Learn how in the video and by following the steps below.
How to Protect Bulbs from Voles
Follow the below instructions to learn how to protect bulbs from voles.
Bulbs of your choice
- Have your bulbs on hand.
- Dig your holes to plant them.
- Before you put the bulbs in, take the gravel and place it in the bottom of the hole.
- Put the bulb in the hole, and then fill it up.
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