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 »

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 »

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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 »

There are many types of Japanese flowers including azaleas, camellias, cherry blossoms, chrysanthemums, cosmos, hydrangeas, irises, lespedezas, lotuses, peach blossoms, peonies, poppies, rape blossoms and tulips. The isl... More »

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Winter-blooming flowers include snapdragons, pansies, Iceland poppies and primroses. These flowers are best for climates where freezing is infrequent and sun is plentiful, and they bloom in a variety of colors. More »

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Plant peonies in a location with well-drained, rich soil and full sun during autumn, and cover the plants with mulch before the first frost of winter. During spring, remove the mulch, and water the plant thoroughly. Afte... More »

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To care for peonies, provide ample sunlight, use the right soil, keep the plants well-watered, deadhead spent blossoms, add mulch, remove weeds and prepare it for cold weather. Caring for peonies is fairly easy with some... More »

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