Ways to prevent deer from damaging your vegetable and flower gardens

Greg Stevens
Deer are docile and adaptable and will feed on plants close to homes and outdoor living spaces.

Who is not in awe of the sight of a herd of swish whitetail deer bounding throughout a meadow or alongside the edge of a forest in a Metro Park? With their signature white tails waving, they are definitely a amazing sight.

But their existence in the residence backyard or landscape is just about anything but impressive when they chow down on lettuce and environmentally friendly beans in your vegetable yard, or hostas and arborvitae in your house landscape.

With continued development and wildlife habitat loss in Better Columbus, as perfectly as the adaptability and docile character of these creatures in each urban and suburban environments, numerous gardeners and owners encounter the dilemma of gardening in an atmosphere where deer are existing and sometimes hungry. Let’s look at some selections for reducing deer injury to your favourite plants in the garden and home landscape.

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