We have a mountain retreat in Japan (see pcitures). I've been thinking about planting quantities of bulbs, daffs, crocus, tulips, bluebells, etc in an area of woodland walk. However, thre are wild boar in the area, and I saw two the other day. Does anyone know if they are likely to dig up and eat all the bulbs, especially in winter when food is scarce? It is just a weekend place, so we are not there often enough to be vigilent. Thanks, ptarotuos.
- 30 Sep, 2010