Daffodils, foxgloves, poppies, lavenders, peonies and bearded irises are examples of deer-resistant flowers. Others are snapdragon, butterfly bush, Lenten roses and purple coneflower. According to the Old Farmer’s Almana... More »

Plants that are either toxic, such as poppies and daffodils, or plants that have strong scents, including lavender and peonies, are considered deer-resistant. Although no plant is deer-proof, there are a number of plants... More »

Bachelor buttons, petunias, salvia, snapdragons, marigolds and morning glories are all deer-resistant annuals. Deer commonly avoid annuals with a strong scent, a prickly texture or those that are poisonous to them. While... More »

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