What smells repel deer?
Repellent plants are those that are highly aromatic, in the offensive scent category for deer. These are often perennial herbs such as artemisia, tansy, and yarrow. Culinary herbs such as mint, thyme, tarragon, oregano, dill, and chives can also be interplanted throughout the garden.
Do coffee grounds keep deer away?
The storage of the coffee grounds for 7 to 10 days in a bag, wet, makes them pretty stinky. Perhaps that is what repels the deer and such. I have found the best way to keep deer away from my plants and shrubbery is with a large jar of chopped garlic in oil!
Does vinegar repel deer?
Vinegar is great to use in the house but there are also lots of ways to use it outside! Deer, as well as other animals, “including cats, dogs, rabbits, foxes and racoons, [don’t like] the scent of vinegar even after it has dried.
Do moth balls repel deer?
Mothballs. Mothballs contain naphthalene, a powerful pesticide that presents potentially serious danger to children, as well as bird, pets and wildlife. Any effectiveness as a deer repellent is short-lived, because mothballs vaporize into a toxic gas before dissipating.