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Plants Rarely Damaged by Deer

The availability of food may change what deer find to eat, especially during the winter months. Deer typically avoid plants with a fuzzy texture or unpleasant taste. These plants are not guaranteed to be deer resistant.

Aesculus (Bottlebrush Buckeye)

Agastache (Anise Hyssop)

Ajuga (Bugleweed)

Arabis (Rockcrest)

Asarum (Wild Ginger)

Baptisia (False Indigo)

Berberis (Barberry)

Brunnera (Heart Bugloss)

Buddleia (Butterflybush)

Buxus (Boxwood)

Calamagrostis (Reed Grass)

Carex (Sedge)

Caryopteris (Blue Beard)

Chasmanthium (Mum)

Convallaria (Lily of the Valley)

Dicentra (Laceleaf varieties of Bleeding Hearts)

Digitalis (Foxglove)

Dryopteris (Fern)

Echinops (Globe Thistle)

Ephimedium (Barrenwort)

Euphorbia (Cushion Spurge)

Ferns (most varieties)

Festuca (Blue Fescue)

Galium (Sweet Woodruff)

Hakonechloa (Japanese Hakon Grass)

Helictotrichon (Blue Oat Grass)

Helleborus (Lenten Rose)

Ilex opac (American Holly)

Imperata (Japanese Blood Grass)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Lamium (Dead Nettle)

Lavandula (Lavender)

Ligularia (Leopard Plant)

Mahonia (Grape Holly)

Microbiota (Russian Cypress)

Miscanthus (Maiden Grass)

Myrica (Bayberry)

Nepeta (Catmint)


Paeonia (Peony)

Panicum (Switch Grass)

Papaver (Poppy)

Pennisetum (Beardtongue)

Perovskia (Russian Sage)

Picea glauca (White Spruce)


Pulmonaria (Lungwort)

Rhus (Fragrant Sumac)

Rodgerisa (Rodger's Flower)

Saliva (Perennial Salvia)

Sambucus (Elderberry)

Stachys (Lamb's Ear)

Teurcium (Germander)

Thymus (Creeping Thyme)

Viburnum dentatum (Arrowwood Viburnum)



While we strive for complete and accurate information, not all plants grow true to form and can not be guaranteed to grow as described.



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