...(especially the flowers) and petunias (just the flowers) and strawberry plants (any part they can get their mouth over, apparently) but don't like zinnias (flowers or leaves).
Or at least that is my working hypothesis after surveying (what is left of) my flower garden that I planted a few days ago. The geranium was such a hit it was pulled out by the roots, and moved to a more convenient location.
(I live in town. I live rather in the middle of town, actually. In case you were wondering.)
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