Deer are remarkable animals and fun to watch but they can also become unwanted pests in the garden when they trample or eat all your favorite plants. Fortunately, we can help with this. The following articles will provide information on how to get rid of deer in the garden, safely, as well as protecting plants from deer. There are even "deer-resistant" plants you can try. So take a look below and see what deer deterrents work for you.
Whether you love or hate deer, or have a more complicated relationship with them, there is one important question to answer: Can you use deer manure in gardens? Click on the following article to find out more about fertilizing with deer manure.
The presence of deer in the garden can be troublesome. With some proven planting techniques, however, gardeners may be able to reduce the occurrence of damage caused by deer. Planting deer resistant evergreen plants, for example is one method. Learn more here.
?The best defense is a good offense.? In deer proof gardening, plants that smell offensive to deer can deter them from their favorite edibles. Planting a garden with edible plants deer don?t eat is also a defense. Click here for fruits and vegetables deer won?t eat.
Deer are lovely to watch but not when they are stomping all over your vegetable garden or eating the tops off your bulbs. Creating a deer resistant garden is a must for any gardener who suffers from these grazing marauders. Learn more here.
Deer do indeed love the beautiful succulent growth they find in those meadows and valleys, but they cannot resist a rose garden if there is one close by. Learn how to fix deer damage and prevent more in this article. Click here for more info.
Deer are majestic creatures when they?re bounding through open fields and frolicking in someone else?s woods. When they come into your yard and start damaging trees, they become something else entirely. Learn more in this article.
Deer are elegant and graceful creatures but these attributes fall short when they have been in the garden eating your prize plants. If repellents aren?t working, think about building a deer proof fence. This article will help.
Deer eating fruit trees is a serious problem when the trees are very young and at a perfect height for some lazy munching. The question is then, how to protect your fruit trees from deer? This article will address just that. Click here for more info.
There is nothing more frustrating than noticing the bark is peeled away from brand new trees. Deer are graceful but their feeding and rubbing hurt your plants. So how can you protect baby trees from deer? The answers are found in this article.
Deer damage to trees is most often the result of males rubbing and scraping their antlers against the tree, causing significant damage. Learn how to protect your trees from deer damage in this article.