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As usual, Lowe's has marked down their Easter Lilies to $1 from the $7.98. They are a bulb in soil so after the flower dies this year, you can plant the bulk for years of returning lilies. I've bought some in the past and they come back year after year. Both Lowe's and Brickseek links below.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/1-76-Qua...5/50007552

https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...u=50007552
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never by me
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FYI- Poisonous to cats.
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FYI- Poisonous to cats.
Cats suck so......
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FYI- Poisonous to cats.
Do they know to stay away from it or is a risk they'll eat it? I have 2 stray cats that have decided to make my garden their toilet and dealing with the waste pickup and smell is getting very annoying.
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Tulips were also $1 at my store.
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Do they know to stay away from it or is a risk they'll eat it? I have 2 stray cats that have decided to make my garden their toilet and dealing with the waste pickup and smell is getting very annoying.
Only one way to find out
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Do they know to stay away from it or is a risk they'll eat it? I have 2 stray cats that have decided to make my garden their toilet and dealing with the waste pickup and smell is getting very annoying.
I also want to know.. My neighbor feeds like 3 cats and they stay around the house now and shit in my yard.
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laugh out loud I'm pretty sure cat control was the intent of the op.
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Do they know to stay away from it or is a risk they'll eat it? I have 2 stray cats that have decided to make my garden their toilet and dealing with the waste pickup and smell is getting very annoying.
I bought one last week and didn't know they were poisonous to cats until now.
My cat is pretty stupid and he has not attempted to eat or even investigate them.

But not all cats are the same.
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How do squirrels and bunnies like them?
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Anything to control gopher? LOL
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Anything to control gopher? LOL
Cats.
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Cats.
This thread is nothing what I expected
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Do they know to stay away from it or is a risk they'll eat it? I have 2 stray cats that have decided to make my garden their toilet and dealing with the waste pickup and smell is getting very annoying.
So your intent is to purchase Easter lilys to willfully cause harm to an animal, is that correct?
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