Nice job! Those look like they would definitely do the trick. I think since my bog is going to be a lot bigger than then I'll probably just put up a chicken wire fence. Hopefully that does the trick?
Originally Posted by kulamauiman
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Well that's good news to hear. My bogs will have to be in the ground though otherwise the plants will freeze and die. I'm hoping that doesn't increase the chances of deer and raccoons messing it up. The netting in the spring sounds like a good idea. Is that to prevent the small, tender growth of the emerging Sarrs?
Originally Posted by chibae
An orchid fancier with a CP problem
Although I'm sure it helps protect the sarrs, my biggest issue was birds tearing up, and apart the vfts. I would see them at the bog, run out like a human scare-crow to find newly emerged vfts torn into pieces. I also grow cranberries but have had no problems with critters, or insects, eating them. By April I can safely take the netting off. Then my only problems are slugs and grasshoppers.