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. As suburbia sprawls farther into wild lands and deer populations continue to rise unchecked, this problem is becoming a reality for more and more gardeners. One really helpful resource is Deer-Resistant Landscaping, a 354-page book by wildlife/garden photographer and author Neil Soderstrom. This book covers both deer-repelling strategies (i.e., effective fences and sprays) as well as deer-resistant plants. Soderstrom draws from interviews with experts across all regions of the US for his plant recommendations and advice about other local herbivores; in the introduction he explains his desire and effort to avoid Eastern bias. (He's based in the East.) And the buck doesn't stop with deer—this book also discusses the ways to deal with 21 other garden munchers, including armadillos, woodchucks, chipmunks, squirrels, rabbits, voles and more. Shop for Deer-Resistant Landscaping.