Hellebores Winter Thrillers Mix. If you are looking for one of the best deer proof perennials - Hellebores is it! It will thrive in both heavy clay or sand. This vigorous new strain boasts giant 3" flowers and blooms in late winter/early spring - alongside your spring bulbs 200 Flowers, Front Yard, Flowers Floating, Cut Flowers
Lenten Rose Lenten Rose blooms as early as February, with elegant flowers in pink, purple and white colors held above leathery, semi evergreen foliage. Some of the blooms are very detailed and gorgeous up close. Plant out of the wind, preferably with afternoon shade in hot areas. Likes a more fertile soil. Hardy to Zone 5… Mild areas may see these bloom even in late winter!
Hosta Great Expectations Funkia, Plantain Lily Type: Perennials Height: Medium 20" (24" in flower) (Plant 24" apart) Bloom Time: Summer to Late Summer Sun-Shade: Mostly Sunny to Full Shade Zones: 3-8 Soil Condition: Normal, Acidic Flower Color: White BluestonePerennia... for $9.95.
Hellebore, Ivory Prince. Late winter blooms! Green-tinted ivory petals that age to rose. Rich burgundy pink buds open in late winter to reveal green-tinted ivory petals that age to rose. The vigorous and hardy Lenten Rose blooms in the winter and early spring garden before other plants awaken. Highly deer resistant, too.
Bigroot Geranium One of the toughest plants in the shade garden, bigroot geranium (Geranium macrorrhizum) doesn't mind heat or drought. And, deer and rabbits typically pass it by in search of tastier morsels. This plant puts on a spring show with pink or white flowers; some varieties also offer outstanding fall coloration in their woodsy-scented foliage. Bigroot geranium is hardy in Zones 4-8 and grows 2 feet tall. Top Picks: 'Album' offers white flowers; 'Ingwersen's Variety' offers clear pink flowers; 'Variegatum' has purple-pink flowers and white-variegated leaves
Monarch "The much-loved Monarch butterfly is common throughout most of North America, although you may have trouble finding one in some parts of the Pacific Northwest. Be sure to plant milkweeds -- the species doesn't matter -- if you're trying to attract Monarchs."