Deer resistant gardens
Lamb's Ears - stachys byzantina - drought tolerant, full sun up to 18" tall, zones 4-8, fuzzy silver leaves, can be aggressive in rich soil
The Best Drought-Tolerant Perennials
5 Ways to Use Marigolds in Your Home and Garden - Marigolds can be quite helpful around the home and garden and serve some important purposes.
5 Ways to Use Marigolds in Your Home and Garden
Deer Resistant Flower Mix - Four-O'Clock Larkspur, Rocket Lupine, Perennial Poppy, California Gaura Poppy, Corn Lavender, True Mint, Lemon Alyssum, Tall White Sweet Marigold, French 'Sparky Mix' Hyssop, Lavender Foxglove Bergamot Poppy, Oriental Yarrow, Gold
Flower Mixes - Flower Mix-Deer Resistant
Low maintenance and deer-resistant :0
Before-and-After Garden Makeovers
Russian sage Perovskia atriplicifolia: deer resistant
NEW! Tough As Nails Deer-Resistant Garden for Shade 13 plants Astillbe, Forest grass Lamium
Deer-resistant gardening made easy - CSMonitor.com
Deer-resistant gardening made easy
What is this plant? It is highly invasive and grows with rhizome roots. I like it but it takes over big time.
formal garden with urn decorating center flower bed
Mountain Laurel_Toxic toll: Mountain laurel parts are full of andromedotoxins, which go to town on your gastrointestinal tract. Watering of the mouth, eyes, and nose are common, as is shortness of breath and slow heartbeat. Kidney failure can occur, as well as convulsions, paralysis, coma, and death.
mountain laurel with pink and white flowers in full bloom
Oleander (Nerium oleander) Deadly parts: The entire plant, including its nectar and sap Toxic toll: a single leaf contains enough toxins to be lethal to an infant or small child. Like other poisonous plants, ingesting it first affects the digestive system with vomiting and diarrhea, then poisoning progresses into life-threatening circulatory problems.
12 Deadliest Garden Plants
Larkspur (Delphinium consolida) Deadly parts: The entire plant, though the young leaves and the mature seeds contain the highest concentration of toxic alkaloids Toxic toll: Immediately after ingestion, nausea, burning in the mouth, vomiting, and slowing of the heartbeat set in. Seek treatment right away, because 6 hours is all it takes for this flower to become lethal.
Foxglove. Twenty minutes after a little nibbling, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea set in. Depending on the amount ingested, untreated poisoning leads to death by bradycardia (lowered heart rate) or ventricular fibrillation (a rapid, irregular rhythm in the lower heart chambers). Keep in mind, however, that children have died just from sucking on a part of the plant.
single narcissus flower
Even the water you place cut lily-of-the-valley flowers in contains deadly traces of convallatoxin, which intensifies the heart's contractions. Just a bite causes headaches, hot flashes, hallucinations, and irritability, not to mention red blotches on cold, clammy skin. The heart will also slow down, potentially leading to coma and death.
a lily-of-the-valley starting to bloom
Brunnera "Jack Frost", Lamium , Bleeding Heart