Deer Trimming Trees

By Jennifer T. Derrick
Published: February 17, 2011
Q:  During the winters, deer have eaten the fronds/needles from our cedar trees. The lower branches are completely stripped clean. Will the foliage grow back eventually? If not, do I need to trim back the branches to the tree trunks?
– Gretchen Brantley, via-e-mail

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