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A Truce Between Your Pets and Your Garden
Each spring, you may be dealing with a constant battle between your love for your pet, and your love for the garden you’ve planted.A recent post on Jedimoney.com takes a look at the damage a pet can render to your garden and landscaping. The feature offers the following tips to protect your outdoor space from pet damage:1. Install a Trellis - Perhaps you could use a trellis for plants that climb, such as peas? Installing a trellis immediately after crops have been planted in the soil can help to protect the plants. Essentially, a trellis works to keep animals out and away from an area, but can simultaneously look attractive in a garden.2. Leave Mulch in Place - It is a good idea to use small patches of soil to rake back mulch. Interestingly, bare soil is most attractive to animals, so if you cover soil with mulch, you are taking a positive step to protecting your garden from pet damage.
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