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Table Of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Annuals
Castor oil plant
Dusty miller
Floss flower
Licorice plant
Signet marigold
Perennials
Azure monkshood
Bigroot geranium
Black snakeroot
Blue false indigo
Cushion spurge
Fringed bleeding heart
Hybrid astilbe
Hybrid sage
Japanese spurge
Lady’s mantle
Lenten rose
Longspur barrenwort
Peony
Siberian bugloss
Yarrow
Shrubs
Bluebeard
Boxwood
Bush cinquefoil
Cutleaf stephanandra
English lavender
Japanese spirea
Purple beautyberry
Russian cypress
Thunberg bush clover
Weigela
Ferns
Autumn fern
Christmas fern
Cinnamon fern
Japanese painted fern
Ostrich fern
Bulbs
Lily leek
Snowdrop
Summer snowflake
‘Waterlily’ autumn crocus
Herbs
Basil
Greek oregano
Rosemary
Sage
Thyme
Grasses
Fountain grass
Hakone grass
Japanese sweet flag
Morrow’s sedge
Switch grass
Resources for Mail-Order Plants
Glossary
Further Reading
Index
About the Author
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50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants: The Prettiest Annuals, Perennials, Bulbs, and Shrubs that Deer Don't Eat

50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants: The Prettiest Annuals, Perennials, Bulbs, and Shrubs that Deer Don't Eat

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Keeping your beautiful garden safe from deer is as simple as choosing the right plants. In 50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants, gardening expert Ruth Rogers Clausen introduces the most versatile and drool-worthy options: white snowdrops that bloom in the spring; shade-loving, electric gold hakone grass; long-blooming Texas sage in vibrant reds, peaches, and pinks; and the feathery foliage of Arkansas blue stars that glows golden in the autumn. Illustrated throughout with full-color photographs of every plant, this inspiring guide offers everything a plant-lover with a deer problem needs to know. In addition to the 50 best annuals, perennials, bulbs, ferns, grasses, and shrubs — plus advice on how to grow them — Clausen includes dozens of deer-resistant companions and smart design tips for pulling it all together. And here's the best part: your gorgeous garden will be irresistible to everyone but those pesky deer.
Keeping your beautiful garden safe from deer is as simple as choosing the right plants. In 50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants, gardening expert Ruth Rogers Clausen introduces the most versatile and drool-worthy options: white snowdrops that bloom in the spring; shade-loving, electric gold hakone grass; long-blooming Texas sage in vibrant reds, peaches, and pinks; and the feathery foliage of Arkansas blue stars that glows golden in the autumn. Illustrated throughout with full-color photographs of every plant, this inspiring guide offers everything a plant-lover with a deer problem needs to know. In addition to the 50 best annuals, perennials, bulbs, ferns, grasses, and shrubs — plus advice on how to grow them — Clausen includes dozens of deer-resistant companions and smart design tips for pulling it all together. And here's the best part: your gorgeous garden will be irresistible to everyone but those pesky deer.

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Publish date: May 31, 2011
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Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9781604691955
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