Deer certainly can leave their mark in your garden. You'll know they've visited when you see jagged leaf edges on the eaten plants and of course their distinctive hoof prints. Deer won't discriminate when they're hungry enough, though they generally leaves these plants alone: succulents, poisonous plants, pungent flavored plants and plants with hairy of furry leaves.
Bugs are bothersome, but these pillagers also ruin your garden. Here are a few tips to help keep them at bay.