Entries Tagged as 'Liquid Fence'

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

Is there an eco-friendly way to repel woodchucks?

Family Dinner by anoldent In June, TheGardenLady filled two huge planters with flowers to decorate the deck for an upcoming party. I planted the thriller and filler plants in the urns and my spiller plant was the ornamental sweet potato vine. The planters looked pretty and the spiller plants happily spilled down the sides of […]

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

Liquid Fence, a great product to protect plants from deer and rabbits

Readers know that ThisGardenLady relies on a product called Liquid Fence to protect my plants from the deer and rabbits who either live on my property or visit frequently.    TheGardenLady does not get any money from telling people that I use this product. However, if I find a product that works for me, I want […]

Friday, November 25th, 2011

Protecting Plants from the Wildlife

Family Dinner by anoldent Once again, this GardenLady has been asked how to protect plants from all the wildlife that visit gardens and think they are their personal supermarkets. Sometimes it seems to me that we, the humans, are in the cage while the animals roam around enjoying the bounty that we plant. Mostly, we […]

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 […]

Friday, April 22nd, 2011

Battling Animals in the Garden – Part I

snoopy baby deer by AlicePopkorn I wrote in a recent TheGardenLady column about the deer seemingly decimating my plants. For example, the hemerocallis or day lily shoots that have emerged this spring have been shorn aImost down to the ground. The same thing has happened to the leaves of the tulips that are emerging from […]

Friday, July 31st, 2009

Liquid Fence: A Good Deer and Rabbit Repellent for your Roses

TheGardenLady received this question from Bonnie. We planted a knock-out rose bush this past spring. It started blooming and had beautiful roses. We noticed that the stems were cut. The deer are eating them. What can we do? Deer love roses. It seems strange because there are thorns. In spite of the thorns, I guess […]