came across an article that I am always asked about as a Phipps Master
Gardener..."How do I keep deer from eating my plants?" This is what I
• If they are hungry enough they will try anything, poisonous or not.
• Cover up new growth, they love tender new shoots!
Plants they are not fond of:
• bee balm
• lamb's ears
• ornamental grasses
• prostrate (creeping) speedwell
• Siberian iris
• spotted deadnettle
Things deer don't like in plants...spicy, scented, soft or spiky, but
these don't always work depending on your deer. I can't attest to
whether these work or not as I do not have a deer problem.