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    • Linda Murakami

      Great idea to keep rabbits out of vegetable garden :)

    • Ekaterina Babarykina

      this is a good idea, strawberry cage- no birds or slugs allowed!

    • Crafty Dreamer

      I want a strawberry patch & work on Keeping critters away from garden plants with protective structures, preventing animals such as rabbits, dogs, raccoons, deer, from destroying vegetables and fruits

    • Jessica Esquero

      Garden idea for the back of our yard

    • Michelle Corke

      Bird, rabbit, and deer proofing... strawberry cage

    • Lisa Hankins Tekautz

      cage for garden bed - would be great for keeping out those squirrels (and deer, and rabbits, and raccoons)

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