FEED YOUR SENSES, NOT THE DEER
No one likes waking up to a deer-ravaged landscape. Keeping the "hungry teenager" maxim in mind (if they're hungry enough, they'll eat anything), there are more choices for deer-resistant plants than you might think. Check out some beautiful planting plans deer would prefer not to eat!
NEW! Recommended Reading
Order the latest book on inspiring ideas for gardeners throughout the country, Deer-Resistant Design. Or check out some other great books on gardening with deer in the Recommended Reading area of my online shop.
Browse the gallery of the latest and greatest deer-resistant plant varieties. To see them all, grouped by type, visit the New Plant page.
Baby Doll PigsqueakPerennial for shade. Also called Bergenia, the common name comes from the noise made by rubbing the thick, rubbery leaves.
A highly adaptable new shrub introduction that can substitute for boxwood where blight is an issue.