Deer Resistant Plants and Repellents

Deer Resistant Plants and Repellents

Deer Resistant Plants,  North Carolina State University

Deer Resistant Plants for North Carolina
abelia, cast iron plant (Aspidistra elatior) can tolerate heavy shade,  a long-lived perennial, and is a substitute for hostas,  crapemyrtle,  eastern redcedar, Japanese plum yew,  nandina, palms, rosemary and other herbs, ornamental grasses, southern magnolia, yaupon holly,  vitex,

Annuals: ageratium, angel trumpet, annual vinca, cleome, cosmos,diamond frost euphorbia,  four o’clocks, foxgloves, gloriosa daisies, gomphrena, heliotrope, larkspur, lantana, lobelia, Persian shield, Shirley poppies, summer snapdragon, sweet alyssum, tall verbena, zinnia

Bulbsalliums,  daffodils

Perennials: agastaches, artemesias,  bee balm, catmint, iris, catmint, coreopsis,  crocosmia, dianthus, epimedium, goldenrod, ferns, Lambs ear, lavender, Lenten rose, mums, red hot poker, rosemary, Russian sages, sages, salvias, yarrow,

Shrubs:  boxwood, butterfly bushes, daphne, gardenia holly, junipers, lilac bushes, loropetalum, mahonia pieris japonica

Gardening - Consider a few native plants that resist deer November 15, 2015 North Carolina, Star News Online 
... smaller trees that are deer-resistant, consider Carolina cherry laurel, eastern redbud, or red buckeye, a small native whose bright red flowers are favorites of hummingbirds ... Highbush blueberry, inkberry and arrowood are shrubs ...

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