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RE: Fountain question

Most deer can clear a 8 ft fence like nothing. Being a wall might deter some
of them tho since they can't see what is on the other side.

Maybe you should think more like 14 ft....

> >Is the new home 2 yrs away or the water feature?
> Ceres, hopefully both!  I want to incorporate a fountain in the garden
> which will have 8 foot walls to keep the deer out.  Needless to say, I've
> been taking notes over the past few years from those on the list that deal
> with deer daily.  We've got 6 acres next to Lake MacBride in Johnson
> County
> which is still being farmed.  I'll go from being a shade gardener to
> gardening in a former bean/corn field!  I'm already planting trees and
> lilacs where I can, only to have farm chemicals kill them when the wind is
> in the wrong direction during application.  Sigh.
> So, does Iowa let their MGs change counties if they move?  I'd be in
> Melody's group!
> Mardi
> Iowa z4b (soon to be 5a!)

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