"The greatest gift of the garden is the restoration of the five senses."
This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Deer Off. All opinions are 100% mine.
When I first came back from my trip I noticed the daffodils and the yellow and red tulips had bloomed. Pale green slips of garlic and radish leaves have surfaced from underneath the rich soil. Every day there's a new addition to the garden. In between the flagstones there are white strawberry flowers, the doves have returned to their perch on the roof of the garage and for many Colorado residents the deer have returned to eat the young shoots and flowers. In my neighborhood the deer occasionally make visits but just 10 minutes up the road every tree and shrub is covered with wire cages and many people have given up on the idea of having a garden. For many the garden is a refuge and if everything you plant is eaten by the deer or other wildlife it makes for a frustrating venture. There is also the fear that the wildlife that is making your garden an "all-you-can-eat buffet" are carrying ticks and/or Lyme disease.
Keeping deer, squirrels and rabbits away from your garden is made quick and easy with Deer Off. Not only is it safe to use in an organic garden but the sprayer is also battery powered which is extremely helpful for gardeners that suffer from hand fatigue or arthritis.
Animal lovers need to be aware that deer repellent is not dangerous to the animals, the scent and taste just doesn't appeal to them, so they look for tastier plants elsewhere. If there are just a few animals that like to traipse through your county garden, one application will probably do it, the repellent lasts 90 days. If the deer are taking numbers and the squirrels and rabbits are holding open houses, you might need additional applications.
I just notified the squirrel population in my garden that their years of frolicking and eating the herbs, flowers and veggies is soon to be up! Maybe there's a garden nearby that's not yet using Deer Off
. I plan on enjoying my garden deer, squirrel and rabbit free this year!