Having problems with deer eating flowers in your garden? If the answer is Yes, this mix is for you! This mix contains a colorful blend of 17 different wildflowers that deer usually stay away from. The mix will burst with annual color just 6 weeks after planting including Red Poppy and Arroyo Lupine. This mix also includes 7 hardy perennial varieties that will begin blooming in the second growing season.
Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun. Prefers slightly alkaline soils. Tolerates heat and humidity ome drought, better than most other species of Dianthus. Remove spent flowers to promote continued bloom. Full sun, Fragrant, trouble free. ringed and fragrant, star-like, soft pink, 1" diameter flowers singly atop wiry stems (to 10" tall) from mounds of grassy, blue-green foliage. Blooms in late spring with some repeat bloom in summer.
Love wildflowers but have hungry deer that tend to snack on your plants? Our Deer Resistant Wildflower Collection is comprised of four different wildflowers, two annuals and two perennials that deer stay away from. This collection is specially formulated
SHADE GARDEN (Deer Resistant): Specially selected plants that do not appeal to deer that will add bright color to a shady area. Zones 4-8. Partial to Full Shade. 15 prime-quality plants: *3 Mixed Foxglove, *1 Lady Fern, *1 King of Hearts Bleeding Heart, *3 Mixed Hardy Primrose, *1 Rheinland Astilbe, *6 Giant Lily of the Valley. ~ $80 springhillnursery.com.
Foxglove You can usually count on foxglove to deter deer because it's poisonous. It is also beautiful with its tall spikes of pink, purple, cream, or white blooms in early summer. The most common foxgloves live for only two years, but if you let them drop seed, new plants will come back reliably for years to come. Plant Name: Digitalis selections Growing Conditions: Part shade to sun and moist, well-drained soil Size: To 5 feet tall and 2 feet wide Zones: 4-8, depending on…
virginia bluebells, full-part shade, blooms april-may. Deer resistant self-seeding perennial for woodland garden, plant with bleeding hearts, lily of the valley and spring bulbs to be underplanting for hostas and ferns. 18" +
Crape Myrtle 'Sioux-Zones 7-10. Full Sun. Blooms late summer (July-September). Medium Pink blooms. Height 12-20 feet. Sioux is a wonderful mid sized crape myrtle with excellent form & shape. Its foliage is by far the darkest green of any crape myrtle we have ever seen!! This dark foliage is contrasted by masses of dark pink blooms that usually start in late July, and last well into September. This crape myrtle variety was a Georgia Gold Medal winner in 1996 - and deservedly so.
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