We have planted spring bulbs (crocus, daffs, tulips, etc.) around our fruit trees. This year, when they came into flower, we found many stems were cleanly severed (almost as if by a knife) and bulbs dug up and scattered about; but not eaten. We have many red squirrels, jays, and other birds together with moles (although there were no hills around the plants) a badger often visits and wild boar and deer are common.
Any ideas of the possible culprit(s)
- 1 May, 2010