Pests & Diseases

Deer-Resistant Landscaping

It is far beyond frustrating to spend good time, energy and money planning and planting a beautiful garden only to watch deer treat it as a personal all-you-can-eat buffet.

Deer-resistant Shrubs

This past winter the deer ate several of my shrubs that I was told they wouldn’t touch, including hollies and some low roses. Can you recommend some truly deer-resistant shrubs?

Bagworm

Bagworm: The larvae feed on some 120 species of woody ornamentals-deciduous shrubs and trees as welt as conifers.

Black Spot

Black spot is the most serious and widespread disease of roses, thriving wherever there is adequate humidity and rainfall.