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Gardeners have choices for deer-resistant screen plants. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Teresa   
Wednesday, 03 November 2010 16:54

(From the Austin American-Statesman, 10/30/10)

I need an evergreen privacy screen. I live in southern Travis County and have a 450-foot property line that has a view to about 10 to 12 neighbors' backyards. I need something that won't be nibbled by the deer that come through most nights, and drought tolerant or minimal watering would be perfect. Last year I planted a couple dozen Leyland cypress trees, and only one survived last summer's drought, followed by the cold winter.

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0 #1 Jeremiah Johnson 2010-11-04 00:54
Great article. I found a more extensive list of plants that have been shown to survive the deer browsing posted at the link below.

http://localism.com/blog/tx/lakeway/posts/662673/Lakeway-Texas-all-them
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