Question From: S. Bartini - Hopewell Junction, New York, United States
Q: We have planted Shasta daisies, and the complete blossoms disappear overnight, as if they've been snipped off. They're inside a fence, and there are no footprints in the soil around them. What can do this?
My first thought is deer, but these flowers are on the list of plants deer pass on. That said, reports tell us there are deer that will eat anything. I suggest you buy one of those night cameras that will take photos of anything moving in the garden. Best And Happy Yardening, Nancy