- Allium or ornamental onion: This bulb has flowers that look like purple balls on long stems. There are many different varieties ranging from tiny florets to cabbage sized ones. I’ve never had a deer even sample these! These are also drought tolerant and will grow in very poor soil as well.
- Poppies – any kind! Deer around here do not eat poppies. Ever. These annual plants are heavy self-seeders but the plants are easy to uproot if you want to get rid of them.
- Ajuga or bugleweed – a low growing perennial with leathery leaves. Many varieties are available ranging from purple leaves to variegated leaves. Blue spike flowers in early summer. A rampant grower.
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