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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Fencing It In . . . .


 

 


while celebrating a friends birthday the other night
I noticed the fences around their various gardens
and their patch of 
Lily of the Valley
I am wondering if this fencing might help
keep the deer from nibbling the greens

I am thinking so
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Love, Lynne


22 comments:

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Mmmmm, lily of the valley always reminds me of my mom. It was one of her favorites.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I'm sure it does keep the out. Have a great day :)

Beth said...

I love Lily of the Valley when in bloom.

In answer to your question on my blog.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Port-of-Ashland/155255737817988

TexWisGirl said...

it does look like they had to add it after the shorter picket fence had been there. :)

thanks for linking!

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Great fences . Mine are up.

Kerin said...

My goodness, I just cannot get over how green it is where you live.
Of course, living in the West, we have the deserts.

I should think fencing will help keep the deer out. Fencing helps keep the deer out around here. The higher the fence, the more deer it keeps out :)

K.

Karen S. said...

Probably so. They love to snack on Lily of the valley flowers I know! The first two photos reminds me of a magical forest behind there. Very nice photos.

Karen said...

Yep, looks like the fencing we use here to keep the deer out.

Tanya Breese said...

we have to do the same for our garden!

eileeninmd said...

I hope the fence keeps all the critters out! We did the same to protect our garden! Have a happy day!

Frank said...

I guess we are fortunate not to have a problem with Deer nibbling the garden ... hope it works to preserve the lovely Lily of the Valley.

Felicia said...

may help a little but I bet if they wanted over bad enough they would just jump it.

lovely photos TFS

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Pretty photos! We are in need of some high fencing around our garden. A deer got into my green beans yesterday and ate the tops off!

Gail said...

I've found no fence that keeps them out. Good luck.

PlantPostings said...

Yes, I would think that beautiful fence would help with the deer and rabbits. I love Lily of the Valley! And it's rabbit- and deer-resistant. Smells and looks beautiful. Definitely a winner!

Margaret Adamson said...

All 3 great fences

Weekend-Windup said...

Lovely captures!

MICKAN from QUEENS FIELD¸.•°`♥✿⊱╮ said...

I understand, got a lot of deer in my place also. They eat everything.

A lovely place!

Lynn said...

I love your header, sleek and so chic. We used to put up similar fencing to deter the Deer and some of them just laughed at us.

Lois said...

We don't have deer, but the rabbits always seem to find a way over, under or just through any fence to get to the tender plants.

Jen Vandervoort said...

We, [well me]...are discussing fences. There is a resident deer around here now.

Jen

Ida said...

Nice fence shots. I bet it is to keep out deer. I like the white picket in front of the wire fence.