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Deer resistant evergreens

Posted by iliketrees none (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 30, 13 at 12:11

I am looking for some deer resistant evergreens to plant as a screen. I have seen some conflicting reports on different websites that I've researched so I thought I would ask on here if anyone could share their experience with the following...
White, colorado blue, norway, and serbian spruce
White fir
Green Giant and ellegantissima arborvitae

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RE: Deer resistant evergreens

Also can anyone suggest any deer resistant hollies.
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RE: Deer resistant evergreens

You should be o.k. with the evergreen trees you mentioned.Stay away from the Arbs, they love those, & they will eat every kind of holly that is out there.You can have them, but your gonna have to keep them sprayed yearound with some kind of deer spray.


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RE: Deer resistant evergreens

Agree with Dee, NO Arborvitae!


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