This warm wether has seen our plants and weeds go into overdrive but also our wild garden residents have ramped up their presence too.
I hooked up with Grazers in March at the Garden Press Event and was impressed with their range of wildlife friendly deterrents.
I have been using their range for a few months now and can honestly say they work. I protected my young beans and sweet peas and they remained 'unmunched.'
The incredible fact about their pest control products is NONE of them kill anything!
Grazers recognise how important each and every mini beast is to our garden eco systems so instead of trying to blast everything with chemicals these sprays make plants unattractive to these creatures by covering them in a calcium-based liquid which makes them just move on... remaining part of our garden's food chain and protecting our precious plants!
So what does Grazer's range consist of? G1 rabbits, pigeons and deer pollinator-friendly spray encases your plant in a scent which is detested by the aforementioned hungry 'pests.'
There is nothing more disheartening than discovering your well-loved, nurtured seedlings have been munched to the ground over night but at the same time the sight of a snail ambling through your garden is a welcomed common sight, illustrating a well-balance garden and one that provides a food source for other much loved creatures such as birds and frogs.
Slugs and snails are repelled by the scent of Grazers G2 and quietly slip off to a different, less scented area of the garden and in the process saving your treasured plants. Thank goodness!
Grazers G3 tackles cabbage white butterflies and caterpillars; hopefully making your delicious edibles a no go area for local wildlife.
And finally lily beetle, what can I say, except reach for a bottle of Grazers G4!
Give Grazers a go. I can highly recommend.
You can enjoy a garden that is bursting with blooms and edibles but equally be safe in the knowledge that you are supporting nature and all the mini beasts that keep our gardens healthy. Everything has its place in the food chain and helps maintain a balanced ecosystem, so we can do our bit to not upset the balance.
All photos © Debi Holland 2021