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watson0953

H my Titiac, you listed everything in my garden.


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lopusa77

Reply to Lynn G. I have the same problem but a wooden crate of nesting materials (stuffing from thrift store cushions) placed nearby took care of the problem. Easier than tearing up your cushions. Though if the are just being naughty......not much you can do.

   
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bobandfaye17

Are there any flowering plants that deer won't eat?

   

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