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"Hardened Deer"

The deer population in your neighbor and in and around you garden becomes "hardened" to genrally any methods we employ to deter them. This is why it is so important to utilize several differnt methods of deer deterrents simultaeneously. Deer are more resistant to the following plants so be sure to consider these as select your new plantings to minimize deer browzing: Spruces, pines, forsythia, spirea, lilace, lantanta, yarrow, hollyhock, coreopsis, iris and foxglove show some resistance to deer. I just bought a big flat of marigolds - deer really hate them! I love them around the garden - so that is a win win! I will also plant marigolds from seed. What Deer Eat



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I love seeing a shot of your garden in the post! I'm looking forward to watching it grow, deer-free.
Comment by anna Thursday night, April 12th, 2012
Yes, and it is off to a good start so far! Thanks!
Comment by jayne Thursday night, April 12th, 2012
Perhaps we can plant those marigolds "sooner than later"!!!
Comment by Nancy late Friday morning, April 13th, 2012
Agreed they are getting rather large!
Comment by jayne Saturday evening, April 14th, 2012



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