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Some of the most popular deer-resistant perennials found in the flower garden are lavender, tickseed, mint, coneflower, lamb's ear, black-eyed Susan, and Shasta daisy. Additionally, plants such as the balloon flower and ... More »

According to the Texas AgriLife Extension Series, deer often avoid the flowers of marigolds, zinnias, periwinkles, mealy cup sage, indigo spires, larkspurs and spider flower. Additionally, according to About.com, deer te... More »

Coreopsis, hellebore, Japanese painted fern, Becky daisy and David phlox are some easy plants and flowers to grow outdoors. Coreopsis, commonly known as tickseed, is a drought-tolerant plant that thrives in full sun, eve... More »

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Some long-blooming perennials include the black-eyed Susan, Astilbes and fernleaf bleeding hearts. Each of these plants produces beautiful flowers that bloom from the late spring all way to the fall. More »

Prune a Shasta daisy back to an inch or two from the soil line after the first killing frost occurs, according to the Farmer's Almanac. Shasta daisies are also known as Leucanthemum x superbum. More »