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Do deer eat sedum plants?

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Yes, but because it's not their favorite plant, they will only eat it when the other plants get scarce. Ours still come back after getting devoured by the deer, as it just takes a little bit in the ground to start a new plant. - Bird

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Why did QVC delete the 8 reviews that were on today's TSV?  I guess there were just too many negative reviews so they pulled them off the site.  This is not the first time I've observed this behavior for a TSV.  Shame.

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 I ordered and cancelled because Sedum is toxic to dogs. Sigh! had just the right spot for this.

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@Halo117 wrote:

 I ordered and cancelled because Sedum is toxic to dogs. Sigh! had just the right spot for this.


Wow! I didn't know that. Thanks for posting.

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Is this the same one they sold last year?  The one I bought didn't have the colorful variety shown in the picture of the TSV but it did grow.  As far as I know what I planted is surviving the winter.  What I didn't plant is surviving in planters in the garage, as advised by CF CS.  

 

 

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