So here's the story. Less than a year ago I installed 20 5-Gallon Photinia (red tip) shrubs out in an area where Deers are present. The shrubs were doing great until last week when it started getting cold, and over night the photinias were almost completly eaten (the leaves). At the time I believed photinias were deer resistant but now I have recently found that deer's actually prefer photinia over many other plants. So it seems the problem will always exist. 1. Should i replace the plants out of my pocket with something that is actually deer resistant? total would be around $500.00 including paying my workers. 2. Or should I not mention this and just wire the shrubs and hope they actually make it? At the time I didn't have a license but now I do. Does that make any difference? does the year guarantee apply if I didn't have a license at the time? Thanx for the help!!!