Tn Nursery Reviews - Deer Me "Stop Eating My Trees !"

Home Stager with Tennessee Wholesale Nursery

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Deer are beautiful, peaceful beings that seem so gentle and serene but they can be great garden pests. "I can not seem to keep them out of my fruit trees", stated Roger Gardener. "I've tried sea rope and everything possible". Roger is from sunny California. Another dissatisfied customer in Utah said, "every tree I buy from you guys gets eat alive." 

We at Tn Nursery went on a quest to try and find something that really worked! We want to do more than "suggest" things that would keep them away. After all, we've struggled with this ourselves, and since we are a tree nursery we needed to offer our customer's some rock-solid answers. Admitting to his customer, Dennis Sons stated, "we've tried tin cans, a shooting device, alarms, and finally, we thought we mastered keeping them away from our garden with sea rope", but to no avail that didn't work for long.

Their (deer) pallet likes the salt for a while then they want some sweets bad enough to jump 6 feet tall fences to get to those edible berry and fruit fill shrubs and trees.

After many failed attempts the Inevitable was realized: We need a fence high or tall enough where they simply could no jump it. We found an online affordable called critter fence. It seemed too good to be true. It comes on rolls of 100 feet in length and 7.5 feet in height. We put this around our plants and this worked! It was not expensive either $124 per roll. 100 feet would cover a lot of ground.

I sure hope this helps lots of people enjoy their favorite garden plants, berries, and fruit trees in peace because we've tried everything imaginable and this works!









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Comments (1)

Joan Cox
House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373 - Denver, CO
Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time

Tammy, I know in some neighborhoods there are so many deer, you have to have all the bushes and trees fenced so you don't have to replace them often.

Mar 20, 2021 02:45 PM
Tammy Sons

yes I realized this the hard way :)

Mar 20, 2021 05:59 PM