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Deer-Resistant Plant Store
A native shrub for sun or shade, with fragrant flower spikes that attract lots of pollinators, including hummingbirds. A great choice for wet sites. Will spread nicely to fill the area and has lovely fall foliage color. Native to the eastern US.
'Peppy le Pom'
Eye-catching orange bells hang on this tender subshrub (meaning; won't tolerate hard freezes). Plant it in a container to bring it inside over the winter!
Give "foodscaping" a try by growing this Vitamin C-rich herb as an edible edging. Black swallowtail butterflies rely on this as a host plant for their young. Illustration courtesy of Botanical Interests.
Bright golden foliage makes this tidy pyramid a focal point
Cheery yellow trumpets herald spring. One of the most reliably deer-resistant plants for the garden. Bulbs will naturalize and spread over the years. Photo courtesy of National Garden Bureau.
This rocket's orange glare will light up your garden. A small and tightly vertical shrub with electric foliage. This one is bred to be sterile to avoid reseeding issues.
Pink gumballs float above clumps of foliage
Deep blue flowers bloom in late summer against glossy, dark green foliage, attracting tons of pollinators. Leaves are not evergreen, but this small subshrub will come back each year up to Zone 5.
Botanical Interests Deer-Resistant Flower Mix - Seeds
Eight varieties of deer-resistant annuals, such as alyssum, nasturtium, snapdragon, lavender, lupine, hollyhock, foxglove, black-eyed susan and cosmos.
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