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How to Keep Plant-Eating Animals at Bay. Say bye-bye to Bambi, and other critters that gobble up your yard. By Max Alexander of This Old House magazine // Illustration by Zohar Lazar . ... which specializes in plants and products that limit the extent of the damage.


For several years, I had almost no colour in my flower beds because the rabbits ate everything before the buds could open. Plantskydd first appeared in a nursery here in the late summer of 2003. I was truly blown away at its effectiveness. True to the product’s claim, rabbits and deer immediately stopped eating my flowers after it was applied.


Save your flowers and vegetables from animals by using a variety of protective measures, including fencing and motion-activated sprinklers. ... from animals by using a variety of protective measures, including fencing and motion-activated sprinklers. How to Keep Animals From Eating Flowers and Vegetables ... they must stopping eating my veggie ...


Q. Mike: This morning to my surprise I saw a squirrel attack and devour my yellow and red tulips. Do squirrels normally eat tulips? And what can I do about it? Thanks! ---Ron in Cherry Hill, NJ So many of my tulip stems are headless. Is there anything I can do to protect them? I don't know if it's the squirrels or rabbits eating them.


What is the best way to prevent animals from eating my garden without a fence? ... Again depending on the animal, you can cage the plants, e.g. small cubes of wire fencing around your spinach, lettuce, etc to keep small animals off. ... I've never had a problem with anything eating my plants. My garden is also underneath a streetlight, which ...


How to tell what's eating your garden plants From insects to deer to rabbits, there are plenty of potential culprits eating your garden's plants, and there are just as many ways to stop them. Join ...


What Animals Eat Flowers? Flowers are important food sources for a variety of animals, including deer, rabbits, squirrels, turtles and lizards. Aphids, spider mites, sawflies and other invertebrates feed on flowers as well. The flower-eating habits of deer and rabbits often cause problems for gardeners. According to Better Homes and Gardens ...


Groundhogs, for example, are unlikely to eat the tips of the branches of your apple tree that are 4' off the ground. Voles might attack from underground. Droppings are the last way I know of to figure out what is eating plants. Last summer, for example, I thought I had a woodchuck sneaking through a gap in my fence and nibbling on my peas.


To keep animals out of your vegetable garden, apply a spray that’s designed to deter animals, such as coyote urine spray, around the edges of your garden. You can also include plants in your garden that most animals don’t like, such as boxwood, marigolds, or daffodils.


After the second week of attacks on my impatiens, I started asking neighbours if they were suffering a loss of flowers, but nope! One neighbour claimed that even the rabbits have been leaving his veggie garden alone this year. Many of my neighbours must have thought I was crazy, I mean, what animal would want to eat impatiens only?