by Connie Oswald Stofko
One of the things that gets gardeners in Western New York riled up is deer. These hungry critters can wreak havoc in a garden.
There’s no magic solution to keep deer from eating your plants, but there are things you can do that might help. Unfortunately, even if you find something to keep the deer away for awhile, the deer might get used to that deterrent. Then you have to try something else.
The good news is that there are lots of things to try!
In my newest talk — “Oh, Deer!” — I’ll share lots of tips that other gardeners have found helpful in keeping deer away.
I can speak to your garden club or other group. Contact me at (716) 833-5187 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are my other topics:
- In “Express Your Personality,” I show you how folks have created gardens that reflect their lifestyles and personalities. I’ll share their gardening tips, too. The presentation aims to motivate you to be creative in your garden and share your own personality.
- In “45 Gardening Tips in 45 minutes,” I share some of the best tips I’ve come across while interviewing home gardeners and gardening experts. It’s fun just to see if I can squeeze them all in! (This presentation can be adjusted to fit various time frames.)
- “45 More Gardening Tips in 45 Minutes.” I’ve found 45 new tips, and I’ll follow the same format, scrambling to offer one tip per minute. It’s fun just to see whether I can beat the clock!
- In “Get Crafty in Your Garden,” I’ll show you ideas for items you can make for your garden as well as from your garden.
- “Don’t Just Gawk—Learn on Garden Walks!” Garden walks are fun, but if all you do is look at the yards as if you’re a tourist, you’re missing out on a great opportunity to learn how to make your own landscape better. I will show you how to make sure you come home from garden walks with great ideas you can use in your own landscape, and I’ll share gardening tips I learned on garden walks.