deer in the yard - Knowledgebase Question

Chattaroy, Wa
Question by dld_917
March 7, 2009
What can I plant that deer won't eat and is attractive (color)?

Answer from NGA
March 7, 2009


There are many plants considered deer resistant. Here are a few -
Ageratum; baby?s breath; bachelor buttons; calendula; California poppy; Cosmos;? Chinese forget-me-not; Dusty miller; Four o?clock; Marigolds; Salvia;
Snapdragon; Snow-on-the-mountain; Sunflower; Sweet alyssum; Zinnia.

Deciduous Shrubs:
Barberry; Butterfly bush; Cotoneaster; Daphne; Elderberry; Golden currant;
Hazelnut (Filbert); Kerria; Lilac; Potentilla; Red-flowered currant; Red-twig dogwood; Snowberry; Spirea; Wild rose.

Evergreen Shrubs:
Boxwood; Evergreen barberry; Holly; Juniper; Mugho pine; Oregon grape; Rabbitbrush;

Black-eyed Susan; Blanket flower; Bleeding-heart; Bluebells; Butterfly weed; Columbine; Coral bells; Coreopsis; Creeping phlox; Daisy; Daylilies; Delphinium;? English ivy; Ferns;Flax; Foxgloves; Gay feather; Hellebore; Iris; Larkspur;? Lavender; Lupine; Peony;Poppy; Sage; Seathrift; Snow in-summer; Wall-flower; Yarrow;

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