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IN THE GARDEN

By Janet Carson

This article was published February 17, 2018 at 2:05 a.m.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette snail illustration

Amaryllis bulbs don’t need light exposure to produce a flower, but low light during bloom could result in a pale flower.

DEAR READERS: The slug/snail question from Feb. 3 generated quite a bit of response. Many readers wrote that they had tried a variety of methods. One I failed to mention that does work is shallow trays of beer.

Amaryllis bulbs don’t need light exposure to produce a flower, but low light during bloom could result in a pale flower.

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