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by Vincent Drzewucki

Free eBook Flowerbeds  Borders in Deer Country download ISBN: 1883283299
Author: Vincent Drzewucki
Publisher: Ibooks, Inc. (April 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 110
Category: Home, Hobbies and Crafts
Subcategory: Gardening and Landscape Design
Size MP3: 1648 mb
Size FLAC: 1480 mb
Rating: 4.3
Format: lit docx lrf txt


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Deer! From coast to coast, deer have developed quite an appetite for almost anything growing in our landscapes and gardens. Deer frequently feed on flowers, fruits, vegetables and the twigs of trees and shrubs, often permanently disfiguring them.

By making the right choices you'll be able to significantly reduce or eventually eliminate the need for using repellents, fences and other means of protecting your garden from damage by deer.

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More and more, homeowners and gardeners throughout rural and suburban America have been forced to deal with a growing menace...Deer! From coast to coast, deer have developed quite an appetite for almost anything growing in our landscapes and gardens.
User reviews
Quellik
Great addition to my library
Adoraris
all illustrations are black and white line drawings
Invissibale
I live in deer country, and I've tried just about every 'deer-proof' plant and method of foiling these super garden chompers. This book may be helpful to someone who lives in a suburban home surrounded by neighbors and fences, but it certainly wouldn't be for anyone with a deer problem. First, it's too short at slightly over 100 pages. Just too little information. Second, some of the information isn't helpful. Deer will eat any kind of dogwood, whether it's kousa or domestic. They will eat hollies and Oregon grape holly in the winter, sharp prickles and all. They'll denude and destroy junipers and bayberries in winter, as well. Rutgers University provides a more comprehensive (and free) list on the internet. Finally, some of the plant recommendations, like purple loosestrife, Japanese barberry, Russian olive and periwinkle are invasive species and shouldn't be planted at all.
Laitchai
Very helpful and nice design. Even makes a nice gift. Thin book, yet covers everything.