Spring in Northern Ireland...
I don't have slugs fortunately but snails en masse ! They eat off everything invoices in the letterbox included. I have to put a product on my flowers otherwise there would be no plant left in our garden. Last time I collected 150 shells and then I gave up counting !
Hari OMI had a dreadful slug problem in my Sydney garden... until a blue tongue lizard took up residence. Interestingly, neither Jade nor Jasper worried about the lizard (they are about 18"long and 5"wide) and I am grateful to them, 'cos it made a banquet of all those slithery critters.Like Gattine, a lost a fair few bills to them - I even once had to call up the electric folk as the entire $$$amount had been munched and I had no idea what I owed them!!! YAM xx
That would be an idea: get a lizard! Not sure how Miss Oswin would react, or any of the neighbours!Fortunately I hardly ever get bills in the mail, most come online or are direct debit. Plus I have yet to see a slug on my mailbox!
Ew! Mom hopes none get in our furs! Mom says they try to eat her tomatoes. Mostly we have snails.Your Pals,Murphy & Stanley
Fortunately they were only baby ones in her fur! Easy to get out. Still yucky though!
He's a dark one. Ours are lighter in color.
I've been out with the slug pellets otherwise there would be no vegetation in the garden. There's little enough as it is. When I returned from Canada so much had been eaten that I think they must have held a huge snail festival in the garden whilst I was away!
Any weighty (and not so weighty) comments are welcome!