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Deer Resistant Plants............................................

Posted by corgicorner Mass 6/7 (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 24, 05 at 18:05

I know that there are lists of Deer Resistant Plants, and Plants Deer Love on this forum, but I thought another might be of help: go to

http://www.garden.org/regional/report/national/1956

This list provided by the National Gardening Association.


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RE: Deer Resistant Plants........................................

We are considering planting some ornamental cabbage and kale -- does anyone know whether the deer eat them????????
THanks!


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RE: Deer Resistant Plants........................................

Deer would take them down and walk off with the roots! That's here in the south. Our deer have a differen't taste as to other places. Our's seem to be more of a pest than others! I have a friend that has two properties one near me and one further north about 200 miles he claims his white tail choose different plants they like to eat.


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