If you have ever seen long silvery trails in your garden or holes chomped out of the leaves of your plants, you know well what damage slugs and snails can do. Active from early spring, they are capable of causing large-scale destruction to garden plants in a short span of time. This damage can be fatal if the critters manage to get to your budding seedlings or stems of plants and flowers.
Nobody likes to see their hard work ruined. Sadly, that is what slugs and snails can do to your growing garden. This simple tip well help save your plants and flowers.