Deer Resistant Plants

 

Deer are known for their aversion to several plant species. Please keep in mind that the Environmental conditions such as drought and overpopulation may force a deer into resorting to eating plants that otherwise they would not have interest in.

The following is a list of deer resistant plants:

 

 ♦ Achillea-Yarrow     ♦ Allium-Ornamental Chives 
 ♦ Amsonia-Blue Star  ♦ Aquilegia-Columbine
 ♦ Artemisia-Wormwood  ♦ Asclepias-Butterfly Weed
 ♦ Berberis Thunbergii-Barberry  ♦ Buddleia Davidii-Butterfly Bush
 ♦ Buxus-Boxwood  ♦ Calamintha-Calamint
 ♦ Caryopteris-Bluebeard  ♦ Cimicifuga-Bugbane
 ♦ Corydalis  ♦ Crocosmia-Montbretia
 ♦ Daphne-Daphne  ♦ Dicentra-Bleeding Hearts
 ♦ Digitalis-Foxglove  ♦ Echinops-Globe Thistle
 ♦ Euphorbia-Spurge  ♦ Ferns
 ♦ Filipendula-Dropwort  ♦ Galium-Sweet Woodruff
 ♦ Genista-Broom  ♦ Heeleborus-Hellebore
 ♦ Hypericum-St. John’s Wort  ♦ Hyssopus-Hyssop
 ♦ Iris Siberica-Siberian Iris  ♦ Kolkwitzia-Beauty Bush
 ♦ Lamium-Dead Nettles  ♦ Lvandula-Lavender
 ♦ Lespedeza  ♦ Linaria-Toadflax
 ♦ Lychnis-Rose Campion  ♦ Melissa-Lemon Balm
 ♦ Mentha-Mint  ♦ Monarda-Bee Balm
 ♦ Myrica-Northern Bayberry  ♦ Nepeta-Catnip
 ♦ Origanum-Oregano  ♦ Paeonia-Peony
 ♦ Papaver Orientale-Poppy  ♦ Peroskia-Russian Sage
 ♦ Phlox Subulata-Moss Pinks  ♦ Picea-Spruce
 ♦ Potentilla-Cinquefoil  ♦ Pulmonaria-Lungwort
 ♦ Rhus-Sumac  ♦ Ruta-Herb of Grace
 ♦ Salvia-Meadow Sage  ♦ Saponaria-Soapwort
 ♦ Satureya-Winter Savory  ♦ Senecio-Golden Ragwort
 ♦ Stachys-Lamb’s Ear  ♦ Symphytum-Comfrey
 ♦ Tanacetum-Tansy  ♦ Teucrium-Germander
 ♦ Thymus-Thyme  ♦ Verbascum-Mullein
 ♦ Yucca-Adam’s Needle    

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