- Sat May 15, 2021 9:44 pm
Ok this is a bit of a weird question, but I live in a a neighborhood that is overrun with aggressive squirrels. They have been known to chewy on the wires in cars, plastic gas tanks, siding on houses, outdoor furniture, etc. Put out a pumpkin around Halloween and it will be immediately massacred. The problem this poses for growing carnivorous plants is that they love to dig and hid nuts everywhere, but especially in wet easy to dig in soil. This makes it hard to grow carnivorous plants in containers or build a bog. Has anyone experienced anything like this and do they have any tips for keeping the squirrels from digging? Right now the only thing I can thing to do is build a squirrel proof enclosure, but that feels like a last resort.