Though it doesn’t feel like it, spring is just around the corner.  We’ve had a colder than normal winter this year and some of the plants in your landscape may not have made it.  Maybe deer are a problem in your yard and you’re looking to enhance your outdoor living area without providing a free meal to the local wildlife.

When temperatures warm, we all want to be outside enjoying the weather and our outdoor living areas.  If you’re planning to replace or add plants to your landscape and deer are a problem; attached is a list published by the UGA Extension Service and is a wonderful place to start.

As a reminder, no plants are completely deer proof, if they’re hungry and food is scare, they’ll eat just about anything.

Deer and Plants