Asked by: Russ Doughtyasked in category: General Last Updated: 26th June, 2020
Do slugs eat lobelia?
Also asked, what plants do slugs not eat?
- Ajuga (bugleweed)
- Alchemilla mollis (lady's mantle)
- Armeria (thrift)
- Anemone (fall-blooming types)
- Aquilegia (columbine)
Likewise, do slugs eat peonies? Peonies do have it all. They emerge through the ground in spring looking as edible as red asparagus (although don't try eating the shoots. Even the slugs won't touch them). A little late they develop sumptuous foliage that lasts until September, or longer.
Beside above, do slugs eat cosmos plants?
Slugs will hamper the ability of your annuals to provide garden with bursts of color during the warmer months as they feed on annuals. However, they tend to stay away from plants that have rough surfaces, hairy foliage, sap or a strong fragrance. Cosmos have colorful cup-shaped flowers in various colors.
Do slugs eat geraniums?
Take herbaceous geraniums for example. Slugs and snails may hide beneath the leaves, but they do not eat them. The early flowering Geranium phaeum even grows well in shady spots which slugs and snails love, but they will not feed on its leaves or flowers.