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Old 04-16-2009, 04:37 PM   #1
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I live in northern NJ and would like to install some type of landscaping will provide good screening year round and will not be eaten by deer?

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I live in northern NJ and would like to install some type of landscaping will provide good screening year round and will not be eaten by deer?
Emerald Arborvitae.

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I've heard that deer in this area (northern NJ) eat emerald arborvitae. I that true?
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Here in eastern Minnesota we call arborvitae "deer candy". For a taller screen, over 4-5 ft, that the deer won't eat I would suggest spruce trees. Deer do like white pine for sure. Trees can be costly for larger trees but will create a nice screen over time.
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How much land you got? You on a quarter acre or 5 acres?
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I live on a 1 acre hilly lot.

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