ENEMIES OF THE GARDEN: Deer & Rabbits and The Plants They Enjoy The Most

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As summer flower and vegetable gardens are in full bloom for everyone to enjoy, it is also a time to be on guard and vigilant in protecting our cherished and prized horticulture creations from Deer & Rabbits.

The following is a list to identify what plants, flowers and vegetables are the preferred choice of deer and rabbits. It can also be helpful in identifying which animal may have caused any unfortunate damage you may have experienced already.

Plant(s) is a general description that encompasses all grass, flowers, fruits, vegetables, annuals, perennials, ornamentals, shrubs, bushes and trees.

This list contains the most common types of plants each animal likes.

Deer - Deer are known to cherish the following types of plants; Apples, Azalea, Hosta, Morning Glory, Pansies, Rhododendrons, Roses, Strawberry, Sunflowers, Tulips & Yews.

Rabbits - Rabbits are known to cherish the following types of plants; Beans, Blackberry, Blueberry, Broccoli, Grapes, Impatiens, Morning Glory, Nasturtium, Pansy, Petunia, Sunflower, Zinnas, Daylillies, Hosta,  Phlox, Tulip, Forsythia, Lilac, Rose, Apples, Lettuce, Pear, Peas, Raspberry, Spinach, Strawberry.

This post is written by Natural Armor, an independent, family-owned and operated manufacturer all-natural animal repellent. Our animal repellent is used by homeowners and landscaping professionals to protect flowers, vegetables and landscaping as well as get rid of unwanted animals. 

Natural Armor Animal Repellent contains some of the highest active ingredients and has shown to be better than 17 competing products available. Natural Armor Animal Repellent can be used for deer, rabbits, squirrels, raccoons, skunks, armadillos, rats, cats and dogs. Natural Armor also comes with a free sample of Wilt-pruf and also contains Down To earth Liquid Bone Meal which is a known fertilizer. - 866-970-8929

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