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Deer Resistant (71)
Beautiful and hardy, deer-resistant plants make great additions to pest-prone landscapes. Gardeners in rural and semi-rural areas often have to deal with animals invading their gardens. Squirrels dig up bulbs, rabbits eat vegetables, and deer nibble almost everything. Luckily, we have a wide selection of flowering deer-resistant plants.
The plants most resistant to deer-browsing are those with inedible foliage or highly aromatic flowers. Luckily, there is enough variety among these types that you can find deer-resistant flowering plants suitable for every zone from 2 to 10 and every sun exposure. There are also plenty of choices in heights, colours and bloom times.
Deer are especially hungry in the spring, so consider filling your spring garden with deer-resistant Dutch bulbs like hyacinth, daffodils and irises. For the summer, choose plants with feathery foliage and less appetizing blossoms such as poppies, begonia, astilbe, and a variety of coneflowers. Feathery or ruffled flowers also seem to repel deer, so consider plants like queen of the prairie, goatsbeard and sea holly. Prevent deer from grazing in your fall garden with a mix of beautiful dahlias, toad lilies and hyssops.
Other good types of deer-resistant plants are those that are highly scented, particularly alliums, sages and similar plants, such as salvia, Russian sage, catmint and lavender. These flowering plants all have gorgeous flowers and fragrant foliage that bees and butterflies love.
Don't despair when you find that deer have discovered your garden. Plant some of these beauties where the deer like to browse and watch them turn up their noses.
Gitt's Perfection Super Size Dahlia2 for
Purple Pearl Dinnerplate Dahlia2 for
Gardeners' FavouriteHot Lava HeleniumClusters of Bright Blooms Add an explosion of colour to your garden! Hot Lava Helenium produces impressive clusters of large, disc-shaped, non-drooping flowers that grow on sturdy stems up to 34" tall. The fire-engine red flowers with yellow stripes are sure to stand out in your garden's back borders—or indoors as cut flowers! Enjoy these bold blooms each year from early summer until late fall!more3 for
Cherry Cola Heuchera1 for
London Patio Peony1 for
Fragrant Hanging Basket Begonia Mixture3 for
Chocoholic Black Snake Root1 for
Flamboyant Cinquefoil1 for
Happy Days Sunflower1 for