Don’t Let the Deer Ruin Your Garden: A List of Resistant Perennials

Deer are a common nuisance for gardeners, and can cause significant damage to your plants. While it’s impossible to completely prevent deer from entering your garden, there are certain perennials that are more resistant to deer than others. Here is a list of some of the most deer-resistant perennials that you can use to protect your garden from these pesky critters.

Flowering Perennials

If you’re looking for colorful blooms in your garden, there are several flowering perennials that are resistant to deer. Coneflowers, black-eyed Susans, and daylilies are all popular choices for deer-resistant gardens. These flowers come in a variety of colors and sizes, so you can easily find one that fits your needs. Additionally, they tend to be low-maintenance and easy to care for, making them ideal for busy gardeners.

Herbs and Grasses

Herbs and grasses can also be used as deer-resistant perennials. Lavender is a popular choice for its fragrant scent and attractive purple blooms. Rosemary is another herb that is both fragrant and attractive, and it’s also highly resistant to deer damage. Ornamental grasses such as fountain grass or switchgrass are also great options for adding texture to your garden without worrying about deer damage.

Foliage Plants

Hostas are a popular choice for foliage plants because they come in a variety of colors and sizes, and they’re highly resistant to deer damage. Yarrow is another great option for adding texture to your garden with its feathery foliage. Finally, ferns are an excellent choice if you’re looking for something that will stay green all year round.

By using these deer-resistant perennials in your garden, you can enjoy beautiful blooms without worrying about pesky critters ruining your hard work.

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