Deer-Resistant Plants & Deer-Deterring Tips


Awww … isn’t Bambi cute!?! Well … that is until he and the rest of his family have laid waste to your garden! That’s not so cute!

If your yard seems to be a frequent stop along the Deer Garden Tour, you’re in luck … well, relatively speaking. The post I did for Monrovia’s Grow Beautifully Newsletter about deer-resistant plants (notice that I didn’t say deer-PROOF!) and deer-deterring tips just went live. Take a look and hopefully it will help you keep Bambi at bay!

If you go to this link you’ll find information on the following topics:

  1. What plants do deer like to eat?
  2. What makes a plant “deer resistant?”
  3. Deer-resistant perennials
  4. Deer-resistant shrubs
  5. Deer-resistant plants for shade
  6. Deer-deterring tips for keeping deer out of your garden

(Photo by Robert Woeger on Unsplash)

I hope what I shared will help you discourage deer from having a heyday in your yard. And by the way, if I missed something that you’ve found particularly helpful on the deer-deterring front, please chime in with a comment below. I know that your fellow readers will appreciate your insight!

Lastly, if you’d like to receive Monrovia’s Grow Beautifully Newsletter on a regular basis, you can sign up for it here. I subscribe and find that the information they provide is really helpful. Hopefully you will too, potentially motivating you and your family to get outside more at home.

Take care friends!



Monrovia Plants | www.Monrovia.comI’m proud to be working with Monrovia on this post and other like-minded efforts. And in case you didn’t know, Monrovia is basically the plant company of all plant companies. For generations they have worked really hard to provide their customers with the healthiest and most beautiful plants to grace their homes and outdoor spaces. Regardless, all the thoughts and opinions shared on this post are mine.

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