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Edge your garden with pest-proof plants

By: Garden Gate staff
If you struggle with moles, voles, rabbits, deer or groundhogs eating your plants, try this garden hack from expert Brie Arthur.

Nothing is more frustrating to a gardener than seeing plantings decimated by hungry and destructive pests like moles, voles, rabbits, groundhogs or deer. Brie Arthur has a clever solution to protect her favorite vegetables: She edges her garden with plants that these critters don't like, effectively hiding the plants they do. Want to know how she does it and which plants she uses? Watch our video below.

If you like this tip, you might also enjoy our class, Homegrown Garden: Harvest More Food in Less Space.

Ready to take the plunge and grow your own food? Love growing your own vegetables but just don't think you have enough space? You might be surprised how much food you can pack into every corner of your garden! Check out our class, Homegrown Garden: Harvest More Food in Less Space, to learn more about seed-starting, choosing the right varieties, space-saving vegetable gardening tips and even amazing recipes for your bigger harvest! Want to learn more about this class? Click here.

Published: July 19, 2018

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