Critter Resistant Plants

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Critter Resistant Plants
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When animals are starving they'll eat whatever's available in order to stay alive. In less dire situations, when choices are made, most animals have preferences. Some plants are just tastier than others.

Below is a list of not-so-tasty garden plants offered on this website, available in spring or in fall, that meet with less enthusiasm when the question "Yum, what's for dinner?" is asked.

If you have predation challenges, consider the varieties on this list as you plan. Encourage the critters to dine elsewhere.

 

Deer Resistant

Rabbit Resistant 

Allium Allium
Anemone Anemone
Alstroemeria Alstroemeria
Bearded Iris Agapanthus
Belladonna Lilies Anemone Blanda
Bleeding Hearts Astilbe
Brugmansia Belladonna Lilies
Catmint Bleeding Hearts
Chionodoxa Coreopsis
Coreopsis Crocuses
Crocuses Daffodils
Daffodils Dahlias
Dahlias Daylilies
Dutch Iris Dutch Iris
Coneflowers (Echinacea) Foxtail Lilies
Fritillaria, Crown Imperial Gaillardia
Gaillardia Geraniums (hardy)
Garlic & Shallots Garlic & Shallots
Galanthus (Snowdrops) Galanthus (Snowdrops)
Geraniums (hardy) Hollyhocks
Japanese Iris Hostas
Kniphofia Lily of the Valley
Leucojum (Snowflakes) Leucojum (Snowflakes)
Peonies Japanese Iris
Saliva Kniphofia
Scilla Rosemary
Siberian Iris Scilla
Spanish Bluebells Spanish Bluebells
Rosemary Squill, Giant White
  Siberian Iris
  Trout Lilies

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