HYDRANGEAS - Knowledgebase Question

chatham, NJ
Question by turk1967
March 8, 2006
I LOVE HYDRANGEAS BUT I HEARD THEY ARE NOT DEER RESISTANT? IS THIS TRUE?


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Answer from NGA
March 8, 2006

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In my experience deer will eat hydrangeas, yes. Keep in mind also that even if considered deer resistant, a plant is not deer-proof. The more intense the browse pressure in your area, the more likely they are to eat a wider variety of different plants. Your neighbors may be able to tell you which plants your local deer population prefers and so far still leaves alone. I wish I could be more encouraging.

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