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Old August 20th, 2011, 10:04 PM
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I have yet to see anything in Canada that sell Perky Pet replacement bee guards. Googling them, I found Home Depot and K-Mart stock them in the States.

It's just one port. What could I plug the hole with?

What if I used a little piece of screening? Take the flower part off, put a piece of screen over the exposed hole stem then slide the flower back on?
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