Design and crop selection offer protection from invasive deer June 18, 2013 British Columbia

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Design and crop selection offer protection from invasive deer June 18, 2013 British Columbia, Vancouver Sun
... I have been experimenting with garden design and crop selection in an effort to deter deer. My intention is to segregate and protect the tender mild-flavoured greens that deer like best and to make the entire garden as unpalatable for deer as possible. ... Mint and oregano are big and bushy right now and they are gatekeepers at the entrance to the garden. Deer are not big fans of mint or strong-tasting herbs. The back entrance of the garden is flanked by large thyme, sage and rosemary bushes...


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