Is this even possible?? Help!
Just got back from being gone for two weeks. We have had problems in the past with deer eating tulips in the backyard but nothing major.
I come back to find that my groundcover sedums: angelina, red dragon, voodoo and denim variegated have been completely sheared off so that almost nothing remains. Large chunks of the fothergilla mt airy that I recently transplanted are missing. Even most of my newly planted euphorbia bonfire is missing? Is it possible that deer eat all of these? The sedums have been there for two years with no problems. The fothergilla is so slow growing and now deer eat half of it???? SO ANNOYED.