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Helen Hardwick

Deer will eat anything if they are hungry or thirsty enough. With our dry summer last year they ate all of the buds on my Agapanthus and even sampled the leaves. They now have their own drinking fountain (small water feature) in my yard.

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sarahsmizer

Cranesbill! It's foolproof, loves the heat and is a wonderful underplanting for roses...

   
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I love blue delphiniums and blue hydrangeas! Oh, I just plain love flowers of any color! I
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