Oh Deer ~ ~ ~ A Decorative Fence

The great lengths we have to go to . . .

~ ~ to prevent the cute little deer from eating our flowers and plants.

Do you plant shrubs and flowers that they say are deer proof?

Yes . . . however, they eat them too.

My builder gave me some advice . . .

~ ~ and I quote “Keep in mind that the only thing that deer won’t eat is concrete” !!

Hydrangeas

They ate my hydrangea buds for breakfast.

I had a “chicken wire type” fence around my hydrangeas . . .

~ ~ and it was time to make things a bit more attractive.

Hydrangea Fencing

So off to Lowe’s Home Improvement we go . . .

~ ~ we determined that the “no dig” less permanent fencing was the best for our needs.

Hydrangea Fencing

The fence sections are connected with these stakes . . .

~ ~ and when a section needs to be removed, it is easily done by removing the stake.

Hydrangea Fencing

The stake can be hammered into the ground . . .

No dig fencing

No dig fencing

No dig fencing

Love the design of the fencing . . . and must say that the materials were very affordable.

Hydrangea fencing

Yes . . . chicken wire gone!…

~ ~ we actually used this same brand of stakes with the “chicken wire” previously . . .

~ ~ ~ ~ they looked a little worn after several years so we replaced them.

Hydrangea fencing

So there you deer !!! … try and eat this budding flower!!!

Hydrangeas

And these too!

Hydrangea Fencing

Thanks to my hubby for working hard to protect my flowers!!

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend . . .

~ ~ my weekend will be spent at the ballfield (no surprise there!) . .

And . .

Guest Room

Getting ready for company to arrive on Monday . . .

~ ~ Room cleaned – – – check

~ ~ Welcome to North Carolina goodie bag – – – check!

Note: This is NOT a sponsored post . . .

~ ~ ~ all opinions on this “No Dig Fencing” are happily my own.