Tag: Deer

6 Shrubs Rarely Damaged by Deer in Montgomery County, MD

Avoid Costly Deer Damage To Shrubs Deer can cause significant damage to landscape plants, as they have a wide range of dietary preferences and will often feed on a variety of shrubs, flowers, and trees. Their browsing habits can result in the stripping of leaves, twigs, and bark, which can weaken or kill the plant. Additionally, repeated browsing can cause a plant to become stunted or misshapen. There are, essentially,

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11 Sun Loving Annuals Deer Do Not Eat

Try These Deer Resistant Sun Loving Annuals You know the frustration. You spend hours of valuable free time (not to mention a few hard-earned bucks) picking out annuals, preparing the garden bed, planting the annuals, mulching them in, and watering them, only to have them munched down to the ground before the next morning. Frustrating is the polite way of saying how you fell upon discovery. Deer do not care

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Protecting Spring Bulbs From Animals

Simple Tips To Keep Deer From Eating Spring Bulbs It’s time to plant spring bulbs!  Not only are you excited about it, there are quite a few animals looking for an easy meal that are happy too. Tulip and Crocus bulbs are the animals favorite. Use the three tips below to help keep animals out of your garden. If you remember these tips this fall while planting your flower bulbs you

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23 Really Interesting Deer Resistant Plants

Deer can cause significant damage to landscape plants, as they have a wide range of dietary preferences and will often feed on a variety of shrubs, flowers, and trees. Their browsing habits can result in the stripping of leaves, twigs, and bark, which can weaken or kill the plant. Additionally, repeated browsing can cause a plant to become stunted or misshapen. Homeowners often use physical barriers like fencing to protect

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Prevent Deer Damage To Your Landscape Plants

Deer Damage To Landscape Plants Can Cost Thousands Of Dollars Got deer? Deer have become one of the most serious pests of the suburban landscape. How frustrating is it to plan out and install your landscape only to have it ravished by deer overnight? Allentuck Landscaping Co.’s Deer DeFence program will protect your landscape with our organic deterrent. Deer are creatures of habit (aren’t we all). Once they find a

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8 Deer Resistant Perennials

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Try These Deer Resistant Perennials In Your Garden If you are reading this you already know that damage to landscape plants in Montgomery County, Maryland by White Tail Deer has increased dramatically over the last few years. Hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of damage to gardens has occurred. The problem has become worse because of a rising deer populations, encroachment of human’s into the deer’s natural territory and

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Deer Resistant Annuals

Our List Of Proven Deer Resistant Annuals You know the routine. You fight the crowds at the local garden center on Saturday morning, fill your car with flats of bright, colorful annuals, spend the afternoon plantings, mulching and watering them, only to come out on Sunday morning to find them eaten down to the roots by deer. Don’t’ blame the deer, they were just doing what they do. Eat. Although

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What You Need To Know About Winter Deer Damage

Winter Deer Damage Can Devastate Garden Plants When the leaves fall off of plants that deer typically like to eat, they turn to alternative foods. This is why a majority of landscape plant damage happens in the winter months. With deer as plentiful as they are, this can mean a lot a of winter deer damage can happen to your garden. Here are 6 things you need to know about

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Not Tonight Deer

Had enough of the deer eating your landscape? Yes, we know they are cute and all but when they destroy thousands of dollars in plants overnight, they are a pest.  The bottom line is that when the leaves fall off the trees, there is very little food left in the forest for our big-eared friends. All that is left are some evergreens, and your garden. Deer are creatures of habit

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