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Deer don't like to eat these plants and shrubs. These plants grow well in zone 5, check your USDA zone before purchasing. Make sure your soil and sunlight are appropriate for the plants. These plants are unpleasant to deer.

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Goldenrod is a native perennial plant that is deer resistant. In late summer, the beautiful yellow flowers provide nectar for butterflies and bees.

Goldenrod is a native perennial plant that is deer resistant. In late summer, the beautiful yellow flowers provide nectar for butterflies and bees.

Landscape plants rated by deer resistance. Check whether a specific plant will be eaten by deer. A study by Rutgers University.

Landscape Plants Rated by Deer Resistance (Rutgers NJAES)

Landscape plants rated by deer resistance. Check whether a specific plant will be eaten by deer. A study by Rutgers University.

Lots of deer resistant shade plants for NY- Bee balm offers a ton of virtues: It's a gorgeous, long-lived perennial; it has bright flowers over a long period in summer; it attracts hummingbirds and butterflies; and deer and rabbits largely leave it alone. Plus it's a great cut flower. Try this classic in your garden. Plant Name: Monarda selections Growing Conditions: Full sun to part shade and well-drained soil Size: To 3 feet tall and wide Zones: 3-9

Deer Busters: The Top Deer-Resistant Plants for the Northeast

If deer treat your yard like a buffet line, try these plants. But keep in mind that deer in your neighborhood may have already developed a taste for some of these plants. Unfortunately, deer do not read lists.

Turtlehead flowers resemble the head of a turtle, earning the plant this popular name. So what is turtlehead? Read this article to find out more about this plant and how to care for it in your garden.

Turtlehead Flowers – Information For Growing Turtlehead Chelone Plants

Turtlehead flowers resemble the head of a turtle, earning the plant this popular name. So what is turtlehead? Read this article to find out more about this plant and how to care for it in your garden.

A list of deer resistant native plants by Fiddleheadcreek Nursery

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Six deer resistant shrubs that are native to New York by Wildflower.org

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Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center focused on protecting and preserving North America's native plants through native plant lists and image galleries, conservation, education, natural landscapes, seed collection - Millennium Seed Bank (MSB) Project, preserving and restoring native communities, spreading awareness on invasive species and gardening to attract wildlife. We deliver useful information, latest low impact development trends and techniques, useful gardening tips, innovative…

Geum, Totally Tangerine. Lift and divide large clumps in early spring or late autumn.

Hot Plants for Spring 2011

With Witchhazels in bloom and daffodil buds emerging, my spring fever is nearing its peak. I wanted to dedicate a few blogs to plants that I think will be hot this spring. I’ve spent time going through stacks of 2011 catalogues, going to nursery trade shows, and talking to designers and breeders, so I have narrowed down my finalists. Today’s pick for hot plants 2011: The Genius Geum Genus Geum 'Totally Tangerine' bred by Tim Crowther UK. Image from Bluestone Perennials. Try and say that…

Foxgloves like this one 'Candy Mountain' are biennials (grow for 2 years, flowering in the 2nd year). There are also perennial varieties (grow for many years). Different varieties have different colors of flowers from white, cream, yellow, pale pink to deep pink. Attractive to hummingbirds and pollinating insects.

Candy Mountain Foxglove

'Candy Mountain' ushers in a whole new color for foxgloves, with plants that grow to a maximum of 4 ft. Please note that our potted 'Candy Mountain' Foxglove plants will bloom for you in their first season; their seeds, however, produce true biennials that grow foliage the first year and bloom the second season of growth. By letting seeds form, new foxgloves will self-sow and produce future generations. These new plants can be moved in their first year when they are still small.As a…

Geum ‘Flames of Passion’ - Geum is a perennial plant. There are many different varieties with flower colors in yellow, oranage, red or pink. Bloom time is summer.

Plant Profile for Geum ‘Flames of Passion’ - Geum Perennial

This repeat-blooming Geum (or Avens) is an exciting breakthrough. The plant bears a summer-long display of small, rounded semi-double scarlet flowers, held on wiry black stems above a low clump of dark-green leaves...

Nepeta × faassenii 'Walker's Low' (Catmint) - Fine Gardening Plant Guide. Deer resistant and attracts hummingbirds and pollinating insects (all good!). BUT local cats also LOVE it and it may not survive them rolling around on/nibbling it.

'Walker's Low' catmint - FineGardening

This mound of lavender-blue flowers and aromatic, grayish green leaves up to 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide is great as edging or in a border, herb, or rock garden.

Turtle head (Chelone oblique) Blooms late summer, shade plant. I have this plant in my garden and really love it! There is also a white flowered variety that is native to NY. A good source of late summer nectar for insects and humming birds

Turtle head (Chelone oblique) Blooms late summer, shade plant. I have this plant in my garden and really love it! There is also a white flowered variety that is native to NY. A good source of late summer nectar for insects and humming birds

This is a list of the best lavender varieties for Zone 5. I have not had much luck with lavender in my garden, however if you can cultivate it, the deer will leave it well alone. And the fragrance is wonderful!

The Best French & English Lavender Varieties to Grow in Zone 5

A look at some lavender varieties that can grow well in Zone 5.

Most of the plants in this list can be grown in the Hudson Valley. Double-check the plant/shrub is hardy in USDA Zone 5 before purchasing.

18 Deer-Resistant Shade Plants That Will Brighten Up Your Garden

Most of the plants in this list can be grown in the Hudson Valley. Double-check the plant/shrub is hardy in USDA Zone 5 before purchasing.

Great reviews of different deer repellents and recommendations for the best ways to deter deer.

Best Homemade and Commercial Deer Deterrents for Your Garden

If you have deer grazing on your plants and flowers, here are some methods that might help repel them. I’ve tried both homemade and commercial deer repellents.