What flowers are deer resistant?

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on May 29, 2017
    What is your location?

  • Marcie Marcie on May 30, 2017
    For perennials, daylilies, penstemon, daisy, rudbeckia, and such. I love pulmonaria - it's a scratchy leaf plant that flowers blue/purple in the spring.
    Animals don't like the scratchy leaves. (These are all for sun). AStilbe is a good one for shade, that I've never had eaten by anything.

  • Susan Susan on May 30, 2017
    None! The only plant flower they absolutely won't eat is Oleander. They seem to know that every part of an Oleander is poisonous. They don't eat my Lillies but as soon as they bloom the deer pluck the blooms off. Same with cactus (only they nibble on the cactus too). Nothing is off limits to deer. And I feed them (as do alot of folks around here) so they're not starving. They just like to graze. Try flowering plants in hanging baskets high enough that the deer can't reach them.

  • Chi4578780 Chi4578780 on May 30, 2017
    Oleander.