Pyracantha - Knowledgebase Question

Larkspur, CO
Question by allenschroed
October 26, 2006
We live in the foothills of Colorado and growing zone 5. Because of the long winters, we are trying to plant evergreen, deer resistant plants. I have looked at two pyracanthas: Kasan and Yukon Belle. Kasan is listed as evergreen but not deer resistant and Yukon Belle as semi-evergreen and deer resistant. I think I would prefer the Kasan but do I need to worry about the deer?


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Answer from NGA
October 26, 2006

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Kasan is considered deer resistant, but with all plants classified as deer resistant, there is one caveat: hungry deer will eat almost anything so even plants that are generally ignored can become dinner if the deer population is large and there's a lot of competition for food. If you prefer Kasan, go ahead and plant it. It's a lovely pyracantha!

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