Protect Home Garden Harvest From Deer, Rabbit and Other Critters

In this post I share how I personally protect my home garden harvest from criters.  In this post you will find a video sharing how to keep deer, rabbit and other critters from destroying home garden harvest.

Protect Home Garden Harvest Video

This was a fun video to create showing how I grow in different ways to protect a harvest.  There are so many new varieties to grow this year making it easy to have a harvest.  Deer, rabbits and birds are my biggest enemy when it comes to growing out in the garden.  I am excited to share with you some of my gardens and containers where I’ve been harvesting for the past few years.   ENJOY the video below! 


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You will find this video on my Bren Haas YouTube Channel.  Be sure to reach out to me on my website with additional questions and feedback.

Images From The Garden

In the video feature here there are suggestions to keep the home garden harvest safe. The ultimate of course is the Geodesic Bio Dome but I do realize not everyone has the space for this.  I share my fence we built in 2015 and a few reflecting items.  Below are a few images features on the video.

zinnias in fence space

About the Fence

I could go on and on about how much I love my wood picket fence. To a few folks who have visited my garden they have noted it feels like they are in a different garden.  In the video I list some positive reasons to use a fence in the garden not only to protect the home garden harvest.    Here are a few images from that space I am constantly adding to.  Someday this space maybe filled with mostly perennial garden blooms for the pollinators to enjoy rather than so many vegetables.

raspberry picking in home garden harvest

Read More About The Fence DIY Project on my website. 

Let’s Connect

I would love to hear your thoughts on how to protect home garden harvest.  Maybe you have heard of some of the methods I use and would like to share more.  My readers are welcome to do so!

Happy gardening,

Bren Haas

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