Asaf Green wrote:if you want a good repellant, maybe plant several types of levender. i'm using their leafs and flowers for safe-keeping dry food, and other uses.
Jen Shrock wrote:Might want to look at daffodils for a solution for those voles. They would grow/bloom before getting shaded out by the trees. Supposed to be toxic / severely disliked by voles. I am going this path when I plant my fruit trees this year. Mark Shepard (Restoration Agriculture) uses this technique, too. Also, you then have something to attract pollinators to your fruit trees early in the season.
Ann Torrence wrote:Catmint. It's a good pollinator plant, not so thirsty and attracts a fantastic vole eradicator.