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Keep the Deer Away!
The plants in this collection are highly deer resistant. Most of these plants are very fragrant, an attribute that is very appealing to gardeners, but not to deer. These scented plants tend to be resistant to rabbits as well.
This Larkspur’s rich, dark blue blooms are offset by pure whit centers and deep green foliage. Deer resistant and shade tolerant, this beauty is a must-have in the summer garden. (Delphinium) More Details
This double flowering Iris creates a spectacularly elegant show in the early summer garden. Deer resistant and easy to grow, plant Pink Parfait in almost any sunny spot and enjoy fabulous blooms year after year. This gorgeous perennial makes for amazing summer bouquets and attracts hummingbirds to the garden. Growing to be about 2’ tall, plant this Siberian Iris in a small space, border, or container garden. Although this variety prefers full sign, it will grow in part shade in warmer areas of the country. More Details
One of springs earliest woodland wildflowers, and always considered one of the most beautiful, Hepatica is quite common in eastern woodlands. The blooms vary dramatically in color, and range from lavender to white to (rarely) pink. (Hepatica acutiloba) More Details
This fragrant, unique beauty boasts dark, coppery purple foliage and long, stout-flowering spikes with white blossoms. It thrives in partial shade and is a great addition to your woodland garden. (Actaea simplex) More Details
This compact Echinacea’s bright-orange blooms are sweetly fragrant, creating a multi-sensory delight both in the garden and cut for summer bouquets. Orange Passion is drought-tolerant and thrives in almost any sunny spot. (Echinacea) More Details
Who doesn’t love the ever-changing colors and texture that Ornamental Grasses bring to the garden? Big Bluestem is no exception, creating a fiery red statement with its fall foliage colors. Growing to be about 6 feet, this variety makes a striking statement planted in the back of a perennial garden. We recommend planting this Bluestem grass in almost any sunny spot with well-draining soil. Deer tend to stay away and this grass will quickly become one of the focal points in your late season garden. More Details
Adding interest to each season of the year, this Honeysuckle’s showy white blooms are offset by variegated, handsome foliage. The blooms are long-lasting and intensely fragrant, created a spectacular scent throughout the garden. Find a trellis, fence, or other vertical support for this perennial and watch it take off towards the sky! Unlike other Honeysuckle varieties, Mint Crisp is extremely cold hardy and thrives in a wide range of garden types and climates. Pollinators visit this vine frequently and the pure white blooms eventually fade to yellow in the late season garden, lasting until frost in most gardens. Mint Crisp is deer resistant and puts on an unforgettable show in almost any garden. More Details
Hubrichtii is the perennial of the year for 2011. Pale blue star shaped flowers appear is late spring to early summer over fine, feathery foliage. Excellent golden yellow fall color. (Amsonia) More Details
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