Deer Damaging Landscape

Don’t risk losing the beautiful landscaping that you’ve spent your own time and money to perfect.

Deer can be a nuisance year-round. While in summer they are after your vegetable garden, in fall and winter they may damage your shrubs and small trees. Male deer tend to rub their antlers against the trees in fall. Sometimes it’s to mark their territory, and other times it’s to shed the soft velvet lawyer. And because grass and most vegetation is dead in winter, deer may start feeding on your evergreen trees and shrubs, such as arborvitae, as well as perennials. If missing bottom branches and peeled bark are common occurrences in your yard, contact our deer repellent experts.