Answer: Slugs generally shy away from thick or hairy leaves. the following list of plants are not generally attractive to slugs:
Ageratum, Alyssum, Begonia, Cosmos,Geranium,Lobelia, Nasturtium, Nemesia, Portulaca, Painted daisy (Pyrethrum), Verbena, Zinnia, Aquilegia (Columbine), Arabis, Armeria, Astilbe, Aubrietia, Campanula, Dianthus (Pinks, Carnations),
Dicentra (Bleeding Heart), Geum, Gypsolphila (Baby's Breath), Helleborus, Hemcrocallis (Day Lily), Iberis (Candytuft), Lupine, Peonies, Rudbeckia, Sedum, and Thyme.
Always remember - slugs love new foliage growth, so there may be times when they will bother some plants, and other times when they will move onto more desirable ones.
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