Deer Resistant

Deer Resistant

Got Bambi eating your garden, no problem! These plants will resist these white-tailed ‘frenemies’.

Got Bambi eating your garden, no problem! These plants will resist these white-tailed ‘frenemies’.

Deer Resistant (10)

Wormwood - Artemesia Powis Castle

Wormwood

Artemesia Powis Castle

From $7.50

Society Garlic - Tulbaghia violacea

Society Garlic

Tulbaghia violacea

From $6.00

Black Spurge - Euphorbia Black Bird

Black Spurge

Euphorbia Black Bird

From $12.00

Woolly Yarrow - Achillea tomentosa

Woolly Yarrow

Achillea tomentosa

From $6.70

Blue Elf Aloe - Aloe 'Blue Elf'

Blue Elf Aloe

Aloe 'Blue Elf'

From $8.50

Orange Sedge - Carex testacea

Orange Sedge

Carex testacea

From $8.00

Bloody Cranesbill - Geranium sanguineum

Bloody Cranesbill

Geranium sanguineum

From $7.00

Lamb's Ear - Stachys byzantina

Lamb's Ear

Stachys byzantina

From $6.25

Elk Blue California Gray Rush - Juncus patens 'Elk Blue'

Elk Blue California Gray Rush

Juncus patens 'Elk Blue'

From $6.90

Sticky Monkey Flower - Mimulus aurantiacus

Sticky Monkey Flower

Mimulus aurantiacus

From $7.50

Deer Resistant: In areas adjacent to woodlands where deer may be prevalent, selecting the right plants that have deer resistant qualities is absolutely crucial! Deer will generally gravitate towards woody shrubs that produce tender foliage. It can never be 100% guaranteed that deer will not eat any given plant, but there are definitely a number of plants that deer tend to leave alone. Some of the more popular deer resistant plants include Ceanothus , Cercis , many ornamental grasses , Salvia clevelandii , and Myrtus if you are looking for a deer resistant hedge. They also tend to steer clear of pungent herbs like Rosemary and Thyme . If you need help making the right selections for your landscape project, please contact us !

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Deer Resistant: In areas adjacent to woodlands where deer may be prevalent, selecting the right plants that have deer resistant qualities is absolutely crucial! Deer will generally gravitate towards woody shrubs that produce tender foliage. It can never be 100% guaranteed that deer will not eat any given plant, but there are definitely a number of plants that deer tend to leave alone. Some of the more popular deer resistant plants include Ceanothus , Cercis , many ornamental grasses , Salvia clevelandii , and Myrtus if you are looking for a deer resistant hedge. They also tend to steer clear of pungent herbs like Rosemary and Thyme . If you need help making the right selections for your landscape project, please contact us !