Landscapers typically select drought-resistant plants when designing rock gardens. But in regions where deer control is an issue, your rock garden plants should also be deer-resistant. Below I discuss four perennials that should aid you in your deer control measures. These plants are both deer-resistant and drought-resistant and can be grown most anywhere in the continental U.S. (and across corresponding temperate zones).
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