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If you try to garden in any part of the country infested with deer you know what gyrations it takes to keep them out of your yard and especially your garden. Deer are lovers of young plants and can decimate your hard work in a single night unless you have taken steps to keep them out. This can take many forms and involve much time and money but I have found a way to slow these critters down and keep my plants protected that is easy and affordable. With a small investment of time and money you too can create this for your garden. Here is what I did.
Most of us think of planting in the Spring and harvesting in the Fall. And, for the majority of crops, that’s right. But species vary, climates vary and indoor container gardening often can be carried out year ’round. If you live in areas like I do, temperate North Carolina, you can follow most of these ideas easily.
Vegetable gardening has all kinds of positives. It’s fun, it’s good exercise in fresh air, and (not least) it provides tasty and healthy food. But nothing comes free. It does require effort.
Growing vegetables is much easier than many other plants. With just a minimum of good planning, proper planting and a little bit of care you’ll have a bounty of tasty, natural things to eat.