You’ve invested a lot of time, money, and energy in your garden, and the result is a gorgeous landscape you’re extremely proud of! Yet, you and your neighbors aren’t the only ones admiring your hard work – nighttime marauders are treating your prized perennials and favorite flowers like an all-you-can-eat buffet. Sound familiar?
Well, there is a solution: Wayside’s deer-resistant plants and all-natural deterrents discourage grazing, with unpleasant tastes, smells or textures, leaving your garden intact and thriving, despite after-hour visits from unwanted guests. The key is to keep changing your approach so the deer don’t get used to whatever technique you’re using at the time.
1. Plant Deer-Resistant Plants.
slightly more appealing than your own. Plant strongly perfumed flowers
and strongly fragrant trees, things deer will find repulsive.
2. Build a Fence.
3. Own a Dog.
deer repellent you can buy, especially if it is a big dog that mostly stays outside.
But even the scent of a little dog in your yard will keep away most grazers.
For more information check our online Plant Care Library.