An Introduction to elusive deerproof garden
The elusive deerproof garden is a project that started in 2012 that allows me to use my own personal garden to add a layer of habitat protection to my farm. I’ve planted over 350 different varieties of herbs and vegetables in the 6 square feet of land I already own.
The deerproof garden works by planting a specific variety of the same plant, then covering it with a dense layer of soil. The goal is to reduce the chance that the plant will spread to neighboring plants or other plants. The main problem is the plants can quickly get out of control and start to eat each other, which can cause the whole thing to fall apart.
The problem is that deer are incredibly prolific and can quickly outcompete the plants. As a result, our herb garden often gets overrun by deer and the plants have to be removed before they can grow out of control. The good news is that it only takes about 30 days for the plants to grow back so the deer can grow out of control for a month or so, but the problem is that the plants have to be planted again every year and that can be a real hassle.
The deerproof garden is just one of many things that a deer can do to ruin a garden. A particularly nasty one is the one that can cause the whole thing to fall apart. The problem is that deer are incredibly prolific and can quickly outcompete the plants. As a result, our herb garden often gets overrun by deer and the plants have to be removed before they can grow out of control.
The problem with this problem is that they are not really deer. They are coyotes. Coyotes can eat plants and they can destroy gardens if they eat the right plants. Deer are mostly herbivores that can only eat a certain kind of plants. They are not plant-eaters, but they can do what plants can do if they are eaten by coyotes.
The coyote is a carnivore that eats the plants. So we can say that our garden is deerproof because coyotes can only eat a certain kind of plants. It’s a metaphor for a deer-proof garden. We’re the coyotes, and the deer are the plants.
The plant on the right is a ficus tree (ficus carica). It’s a thorny and thorny plant that grows quite tall and looks quite beautiful. Ficus trees are a type of evergreen tree. The tree itself is quite colorful with a variety of colors and shapes. The coyote, however, is a carnivore that eats the plants. So we can say that our garden is elusive because coyotes can only eat a certain kind of plants.
How do you keep deer from the garden? By fencing. By planting thorny plants. By putting fences around the garden. And by keeping the coyote away.
The coyote has a whole list of things he can do to keep these pesky deer out of the garden. He can dig into the ground and crush rocks to prevent deer from being able to climb the fence. He can spray urine and excrement on the fence to attract the deer to get closer to the garden. All the while he’s also stealing the plants and seeds.
The coyote’s goal is to bring deer back to the garden by planting thorny plants. In other words, a coyote’s aim is to keep the deer out of the garden. But that’s not entirely true. The coyote actually wants to keep the deer in. A coyote will take advantage of the fact that people often plant thorny plants to add more deer to their garden.