perennials - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by aagomes3
March 23, 2009
what perennials do well in full sun and that they are deer resistant

Answer from NGA
March 23, 2009


There are lists of deer resistant plants, but hungry deer will eat almost anything so there are no guarantees. Here's a partial list of plants deer generally ignore: Achillea spp. (Yarrow), Aquilegia spp. (Columbine), Astilbe spp. (Astilbe), Coreopsis spp. (Tickseed), Dianthus spp. (Pinks), Dicentra spp. (Bleeding Heart), Digitalis spp.(Foxglove), Echinacea spp. (Purple Coneflower) Epimedium spp. (Epimedium) Eupatorium purpureum (Bluestem Joe-Pye-Weed), Helleborus spp. (Hellebore), Helianthus spp. (Sunflower), Iberis spp. (Candytuft), Iris spp. (Iris), Lavendula spp. (Lavender), Liatris spicata (Spike Gay-Feather), Lychnis coronaria (Rose Campion), Narcissus spp. (Daffodil), Pulmonaria spp. (Lungwort), Rudbeckia spp. (Coneflower), Solidago spp. (Goldenrod), Veronica officinalis (Speedwell), Yucca filimentosa (Yucca).

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