Types of Trees and Ornamentals that can be irreparably harmed by deer:
What do Deer Eat in the Winter?
A deer’s diet can change depending on what is available. For example, in the winter deer do not have as many preferred food options, causing them to survive on a diet of woody plants such as trees, shrubs, and vines. When food is scarce, deer become more bold, daring to forage in much more residential areas. Succulent plants and tress that have been carefully tended in our yards and gardens are perfect target for deer looking for food during the snowy, colder months.
Protect Your Landscape Design from Irreparable Harm
Deer can create a severe risk to your landscape; an adult deer can eat 8 to 10 lbs of vegetation, which includes flower, tree shrubs, and bushes in a single day.
Protect your landscape with our comprehensive Deer Spray Application Program!
Our Deer spray product is a contact repellent.
We apply directly onto the plants every 3 to 4 weeks for the duration of the fall and winter season to deter browsing of trees, shrubs, and plants by deer.
This Service is designed for homeowners desiring to protect:
- A small number of trees, shrubs or crops
- A small area of your property
- Gardens, ornamental shrubs, and flowerbeds