Below is a list of deer resistant plants compiled through research and recommendations by nurseries, landscapers, commercial farmers and co-ops from around the United States and Canada.
When deer are hungry, they will typically eat just about anything with the exception of “daffodil” and “narcissus” Deer tend to dislike plants and vines with sticky or with cotton/fuzzy leaves. Deer will also usually avoid pungent smelling plants with hard sharp thorns.
Keep in mind, deer located in different geographical areas of the country will be attracted to different plant varieties. This is attributed to their ability to adapt to cold weather and food shortages.
Just like any starving creature, if deer are hungry – they will eat anything that isn’t poisonous or protected by a commercial grade deer repellent. Nature’s MACE Deer & Rabbit Repellents are safe for vegetation and create an invisible barrier to guard your plants. Hope the following list is helpful.