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Old 07-14-2015, 05:08 AM
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If the FRUIT is safe, is the PLANT safe?

I'm moving, and with the move will come birds access to all my plants which are currently outdoors. I have some which I know are safe, other plants will be going to other people, but I have a few that I'm wondering about the safety of the birds getting to the actual plant, not just the fruit or flower. These include

My new mini pomegranate bush
My chili plant
And my rose bush.

I'm having difficulty finding the info online. I'm not going to be hanging these things from their play stands or anything, but they wil share my screened patio during supervised play time, but not the kind of supervision where you stare at the birds the whole time, more like the kind where you are there but getting work done. I'm saying they most likely won't get at them, but if it is dangerous I can't allow them the chance. Any info?
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Re: If the FRUIT is safe, is the PLANT safe?

All 3 of them are safe, Dani, as long as they've never been sprayed.

Good luck growing a rose indoors, though, they need real sun (in my neck of the woods).
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Old 07-14-2015, 03:03 PM
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Re: If the FRUIT is safe, is the PLANT safe?

The patio is east facing, but yeah, I'm not sure the little guy will make it, and might have to find a new home. Thanks!
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