Judith Browning wrote:Alex, I wasn't really meaning to exclude city deer...I just have heard how in some urban areas their populations have gotten so out of hand that they eat everything. My experienc is only with rural deer and lots of woods and hunting surrounding us for the past forty years. As skinny as ours were during our drought they still left those things on my list alone. Thanks for the additions..maybe all alliums are deer safe.
Ours do eat parsley but cilantro is good to know and basils. Our fenced space is so limited anything safe outside of it is so welcome.
Tyler Ludens wrote:I'm hoping it will be the case here that deer won't eat Feijoa/Pineapple Guava. I just planted two of them, but I'm putting a little fence around them until they get established, just in case some deer want to taste. A few tastes can mean the end of a small plant....
Anthony Anderson wrote:nanking cherries, BLACK currants, all gooseberries, russian comfrey, and russian olive all go untouched while others in my Minnesota garden could be massacred.
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