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 Deer Resistant Gardenias?

Answer The gardenia bush is one plant that is deer resistant, perhaps because of its heavy scent. Gardenias grow best in areas of the South, from USDA zones 8 to 10, that have both mild summers and winter... Read More »
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Are daylilies deer resistant?

Although no plant is deer-proof, the daylily (Hemerocallis) is deer resistant. If deer are hungry enough they will eat any plant, but toxicity, texture or strong flavor are deterrents for them. The... Read More »
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Is Vinca Deer-Resistant?

The carefree vinca provides color all summer in flowerpots and the garden. Originating in Madagascar, this tropical plant will often naturalize in warm climate zones. Colorado State University's we... Read More »
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Are hydrangeas deer resistant?

No, hydrangeas are not considered deer resistant. According to the West Virginia University Cooperative Extension, deer frequently damage hydrangeas. These plants may need chemical or physical prot... Read More »
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Is calibrachoa deer resistant?

Calibrachoa is deer resistant, but a starving deer will eat nearly anything. This annual looks like miniature petunias on spreading stems. It is a good choice for a ground cover in deer country.Sou... Read More »
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