Jan 01 1970
A Day with Frank Hyman “Not Tonight Deer”
January 01, 1970 • Reynolda Gardens Education Wing
Edible gardens are all the rage, but we don’t want the deer to do all the eating. Fortunately, a lot of plants have evolved with little tricks to make themselves unappealing to deer. There’s no need to memorize some long list of deer-resistant plants while shopping at a garden center. Knowing these plant characteristics will help you create an attractive garden without creating a soup kitchen for these long-legged browsers. The talk will also cover deer fencing and deer repellants.
Frank Hyman, garden designer, horticulturist, and author
Frank Hyman earned his B.S. in horticulture and design from NC State University and studied under Dr. J. C. Raulston. He designs award-winning gardens in Durham and has owned Cottage Garden Landscaping for 27 years. He writes columns for Chickens magazine and his writing has also appeared in Backyard Poultry, Organic Gardening, Modern Farmer, Horticulture, American Gardener and Fine Gardening.
$10 general admission, $7 for WFU faculty, staff, students and Friends of Reynolda Gardens, per session. For more information call the Education office at (336) 758-3485.
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