Entries Tagged as 'Animal Damage'

Monday, September 26th, 2011

Dealing with Animals in the Garden

Fox searching – 6 by iglooo101 Living in nature is beautiful, but it can seem so defeating. TheGardenLady has written columns about how she lives and has to practice good wildlife management to enable her garden to grow successfully. All the animals want to enjoy her garden to the extent that if allowed, there would […]

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

Don’t Always Blame the Deer

I Blamed it on the Deer by mtsofan TheGardenLady wrote a column about deer and specifically said: Any person who is knowledgeable about deer will never tell you there is a plant that deer will not eat. Deer will taste everything and will eat anything depending on how hungry they are. Deer have favorite plants. […]

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Trying to meet the challenges of gardening

NOT ME!! I DID NOT EAT YOUR FLOWERS! by Snap-Smith Gardening can be a serious challenge for the gardener.  Consider the weather.  Who knows what to do in a profound drought like the one the MidWest experienced this summer? You cannot water plants when the water level goes down too low. Who knows what to […]

Monday, April 25th, 2011

Battling Animals in the Garden – Part II

Baby Groundhog #1 by Chiot’s Run Besides battling the deer in my garden (see last post), I have rabbits. They could have eaten some of my plants. I haven’t seen any rabbits on my property so far this spring, so that was why I had not blamed them for this early spring eating. Liquid Fence […]

Monday, September 29th, 2008

How To Reduce Fall Deer Damage

                                                   Photo by Worldman Because male deer’, the bucks, antlers reach full growth in the fall, they want to get rid of the soft velvet that protected their antlers while they were growing. Early in the fall you may see a buck rubbing his antlers on the trunk of a tree or see evidence of the […]