Controlling Deer and Rodent Problems in the Garden
How to Keep Rabbits from Eating Your Plants
Ideas for keeping rabbits out of the garden and deterring them from eating your plants.
Deterring Squirrels - Keeping Squirrels out of Fruit Trees
Readers give their best tips for preventing squirrels from raiding your fruit and nut trees.
Deer Resistant Perennial Plants
There are no deer proof plants, only plants that deer don't prefer and even that varies from garden to garden. When deer are hungry, they will eat your plants. The only real deer deterrent is a fence. However, there are some perennial plants that are rarely eaten by deer, giving them the reputation of being deer resistant. It pays to include...
Deer resistant plant lists. Choosing plants deer don't prefer.
If deer are in your area, sooner or later they will find your garden. Plant wisely by choosing deer resistant plants. Use the lists here to help find plants deer don't like.
Deer Resistant Spring Blooming Bulbs
Deer resistant, spring blooming bulbs are welcome in any garden. It is possible to find spring blooming bulbs, other than daffodils, to plant in your garden that will survive the deer and even rodents.
Deer-Resistant Plants and Preventing Lyme Disease
Deer in the garden are bad enough, but the lyme ticks they bring with them are really trouble. Planting to discourage deer kills to birds with one stone.
4-Legged Garden Pests
How to control and prevent wildlife from invading your garden. Keep deer, raccoons, armadillos, squirrels, skunks and even dogs and cats, from destroying your garden with these barriers and repellents using sound, odor, taste and blocks.
Rabbit Proof Plants
Cute as they are, rabbits can eat a lot of plants. And you never have just one rabbit. These lists will tell you which plants they avoid - and which they love.
Voles - Controlling Lawn and Garden Rodent Pests
How can something you almost never even see cause so much damage in the garden? Learn to identify vole damage and how to keep them away from your plants.
Making Peace with Wildlife in the Garden and Yard
As gardeners, we don't always concern ourselves with wildlife any more than wildlife treat our gardens with the respect. But most of us try to find a way to live cooperatively with the wilds around us.
Voles and Plants
Voles are a huge garden pest, tunneling, eating and destroying plants. Here's a quick and simple tip for keeping voles from eating your plant's roots.