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deer resistant daylilies?

Posted by TrapperDF 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 14, 12 at 11:12

Are there any other daylilies that are deer resistant other than stella? Im looking to get more color. Getting tired of yellow/gold.

Thanks


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RE: deer resistant daylilies?

I'm keeping my fingers crossed that someone knows of some deer resistant dls. The deer aren't particular about which ones they eat of mine.

DD


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Stella is not deer resistant too :)


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RE: deer resistant daylilies?

I don't think there is any such thing lol!


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Well, they don't seem to eat the ditch lilies along the roads, but they love the big fat tetraploids in well-watered gardens!


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The Drstted things eats everything in sight, and especially if its pretty or has a fragrance.They dont eat plain grass or weeds.


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Oh, don't I WISH!!!

(Don't get me started on a rant!)


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