Here are some excellent websites on the web that go into all the details of deer repellent plants. If you are looking for them, I am sure these sites will guide you nicely. This one is from www.northergardening.com.
Here is the page that talks about deer resistant plants. The author listed quite a variety and has some good information you can review.
This one is from Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (that is a long name). What is interesting with this list of deer repellent plants is that the list is dynamic. The deer repellent plants are rated by criteria, such as “rarely damaged,” “seldom,” “occasionally,” and “frequently.” You can also select the plant type you are interested in. Very nicely done. Click here and visit their site to see the list of deer repellent plants.
Here is a very extensive read on deer repellent plants. The title of the page is CAMOUFLAGE GARDENING. If you find other sites that you think can help others, please submit a comment to this post.
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