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How to Keep Deer Out of Your Yard
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Although they're pretty to look at, deer can be quite destructive in your yard. They tend to eat flower bushes, vegetable gardens, herbs, or anything else you might have planted. Fortunately, though, there are many ways to keep deer out of your yard. There are quite a few types of plants that you can grow to deter deer. Or, put up a fence to physically block deer from entering your yard, or use a chemical repellent to scare them off. Deer are stubborn animals, though—especially when they’re hungry—so be prepared to try a few tricks until you find a couple that work.
Make Your Garden Deer-Proof
Are you happy with the deer but want to keep them away from your plants? Don’t hesitate to implement some creative ways to keep the deer on their own side of the yard. You can also check out the latest commercial deer repellents.
When planning your deer deterrents, remember that deer are creatures of habit. They’ll follow specific paths and tracks through your property, and will be wary of taking any detours.
Create your barriers with a mixture of the various plants that deer avoid. Intersperse thorns, unappealing textures, and appalling scents, and they’ll soon keep their distance from your yard.
Just be prepared to share your deterrent technique tips with your neighbors.