11 deer resistant proven winners® perennials. Seeds and plants for full or partial shade or full sun.
Scientists believe that deer are colorblind so they will dine on your favorite flowers no matter the color.
Perennial ground cover shade deer resistant. Mondo grass is a perennial ground cover that grows well in partial shade or full sun. Add some color to your landscaping & prevent erosion with these beautiful ground cover perennials. Pachysandra tolerates sun, but looks more attractive when grown in shade.
Kinnikinnick, also known as uva ursi or bearberry, is actually a type of manzanita that grows as a low, spreading mat. See more ideas about native plants, plants, ground cover. Mondo grass ( ophiopogon japonicus) is a good alternative for a lawn if you have areas of your garden that are in constant shade.
To 9 inches tall and spreading several feet. Grows 6 to 10” tall. Are covered with soft hairs that deer find objectionable.
Once established, the variegated liriope doesn't mind drought, holding up well in climates without much rain. European ginger is a glossy, dark green groundcover that’s perfect for shady gardens. In particular, lenten rose is a valuable player for dry shade, the nemesis of many gardeners.
Grown in zones 5 to 8, it gets to be 3 to 5 feet tall with a somewhat greater width. Spreads by rhizomes into a dense carpet of foliage. These small evergreen plants are very low maintenance and, unlike a lawn, don’t require regular mowing.
Make sure it gets enough moisture through the summer months; See more ideas about plants, perennials, ground cover. Therefore, landscapes that have learned to resist deer.
Although andromeda can tolerate full sun, they are one of the best deer resistant shade perennials along borders. 100pcs/bag creeping thyme seeds or blue rock cress seeds perennial ground cover flower, natural growth for home garden 8 2.5 out of 5 stars 221. It has the same evergreen foliage and smooth reddish bark that manzanitas are known for but in a prostrate form.
It can be seen growing in hardiness zones four through eight, and the blooms can be seen from late summer until the first frost. A dependable, evergreen ground cover with tidy rosettes of emerald green leaves. For shady, moist spots, try phlox stolonifera for weed suppression.
Deer resistant annuals and perennials Sweet woodruff is a beautiful and fragrant ground cover which bears tiny white clusters of flowers. This plant is considered slightly invasive in portions of the northeast and northwest u.s., but most gardeners will have no major problems with it.
Its bicolored leaves are green and white, but the white part is strong enough to create an overall impression of brightness. This perennial comes in many different colors, including pink, white, yellow and blue, and can grow to a height of 4 feet. The shrub needs to be in a location that protects it from high winds to prevent damage to the foliage.
Deer avoid this plant, as it contains toxins. Variegated liriope grows in a variety of conditions including full sun and shade. If not, the leaves will develop brown, tattered edges.
Its finely textured foliage doesn't offer much sustenance for deer, so they typically pass it by in favor of something meatier. Deer are one of the most visible of garden pests (in part because they are also one of the largest). To 1 foot tall and 3 feet wide.
Short of fencing, not much works to keep them out. Avoid planting european ginger in hot southern climates where it suffers even in the shade. Spotted deadnettle is an evergreen ground cover for shade that sometimes offers variegated leaves as a selling point, though its beauty is further enhanced by pretty white, pink, or purple flowers.
For more shady ground cover choices, go to made for the shade. Seeds and plants for full or partial shade or full sun. When a browsing deer has been through the damage is almost always immediately evident.
The blooms are nondescript, and the leaves are deer resistant. This perennial will quickly suffocate weeds and spread out throughout the garden similar to japanese pachysandra. I use them as a ground cover under large trees where deer are prone to browse.