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Deer Repellent Plants

Over the last decade we've seen the deer population explode. You can find them in small cities, suburbia and rural towns. While their population grows, their predators have diminished as well as their food supply. So they come looking for a suitable substitution and all too often it's your garden that they have found! Although we could find no definitive studies showing what deer will and won't eat, there is definitely a consensus out there from gardeners of what the best bets might be. There are a few things that we do know: Deer avoid plants with a strong fragrance, irritating textures, or plants that upset their stomachs. With that said, if a deer is hungry enough it will eat anything rather than starve. Below is our list of plants that deer tend to ignore. They are the ones we have noticed the deer never touch in our garden and other gardeners have told us the same. It is a good start and we hope you have the same results. All plants are grown in packs of four with each plant costing as little as $2.65 each!

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Graceful Gardens

Deer Repellent Perennials

Achillea or Yarrow

Achillea “Cerise Queen"- NEW!
239. Achillea “Cerise Queen"- NEW!

A wonderful new Achillea with flower shades of intense crimson, rose-pink. The easiest of all perennials to grow, they are also most versatile. Their colorful umbels bloom over a long period of time. I cut my blooms back when they are done to keep more blooms coming. They make gorgeous cut flowers and attract so many butterflies to my garden.

 

Zone: 2-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer through Late Summer

Height: 18- 24 inches

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterflies, Cut Flower, Dried Flower, Drought and Heat Tolerant, Low Maintenance

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Alchemilla or Lady's Mantle

251. Alchemilla “Thriller” – NEW!

This lovely plant produces sprays of chartreuse flowers that make excellent filler in bouquets. The stems are strong for cutting and bloom in June and July.  A nice foliage plant, you can't help but notice the way the fan shaped velvety leaves collect the morning dewdrops. I mix them in the front of the border on the shady side of my home.

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Shade or Part Sun

Bloom Time: Late Spring to Early Summer

Height: 18”

Features: Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Good Shade Plant, Tolerate Wet Soil

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Aquilegia or Columbine

Aquilegia McKana Giant Mix
330. Aquilegia McKana Giant Mix

Delicate and intricate in design, these exquisite springtime blooms dance high above their mounds of lacy foliage. They are an easy way to bring color to the shady parts of the garden and can bloom well into summer. While deer pass them by, the hummingbirds hover ready to perform their pollinating job. Colors can range from shades of blues, pinks, purple, and red with contrasting petals.

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Shade or Sun

Bloom Time: Late Spring to Early Summer

Height: 30”

Features: Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies, Good Shade Plant 

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331. Aquilegia Little Lanterns – NEW!

As the name describes, the red flowers are like little lanterns that beckon the hummingbirds to their feeders. I love the compact growing habit of this columbine as it works so well in the front of the garden. It has an earlier and longer bloom time then other varieties and that helps keep the show going. This is an easily adaptable plant and is less prone to leaf miners that you often see on Aquilegias.

 

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Shade or Sun

Bloom Time: Late Spring to Early Summer

Height: 10-12”

Features: Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies, Good Shade Plant  

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Campanula

Campanula Bellringers
350. Campanula Bellringers

This variety of campanula originated long ago in Korea and luckily found its way to our shores. Its pink bells with speckled interiors remind me of the bells on foxglove. The stems are arching though and the flowers dangle along them. It does so well in the shady parts of my garden, giving it great color, with no fuss at all.

 

Zone: 5-8

Exposure: Sun to part shade

Bloom Time: July and August

Height: 18-24”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Cut Flower

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Campanula Carpatica Blue Clips
370. Campanula Carpatica Blue Clips

The "clip" series Campanula Carpatica are marvelous and durable plants. Their upright  true blue bells inundate the mounded 8" tall foliage. The blue clips are also excellent to edge paths and driveways and bloom the first year. They bloom all season long.

 

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: sun-part shade

Bloom Time: June-September

Height: 10-12”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Edging, Containers 

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Campanula Carpatica White Clips
380. Campanula Carpatica White Clips

The "clip" series Campanula Carpatica are marvelous and durable plants. Their upright 1 ½” radiant white bells inundate the mounded 8" tall foliage. Alone or mixed with the blue clips, they are also excellent to edge paths and driveways and bloom the first year. They bloom all season long.

 

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: sun-part shade

Bloom Time: June-September

Height: 10-12”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Edging, Containers 

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Campanula Glomerata
390. Campanula Glomerata

I first saw these beautiful flowers along a neighbors split rail fence and knew I had to have some in my garden. On top of each stem is a ball shaped cluster of violet bells. They adapted well in our garden and require no care at all. 

 

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

Bloom Time: June to Early August

Height: 18”-24”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Cut Flower

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Campanula Persicifolia Blue
400. Campanula Persicifolia Blue

A traditional old cottage garden flower with stems covered in blue cup flowers. They mix in so well with the foxglove, hollyhocks, and delphiniums. The foliage stays low and neat. They are a carefree plant in my garden. I have them in a partial shade area of my garden but they can handle a sunny spot as well.

 

Zone: 3-7

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

Bloom Time: June to Early August

Height: 24-32”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Cut Flower

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Campanula Persicifolia White
410. Campanula Persicifolia White

A traditional old cottage garden flower with stems covered in radiant white cup flowers. The contrast brings out all the other colors in your garden. The foliage stays low and neat. They are a carefree plant in my garden. I have this variety in a partial shade area of my garden but it can handle a sunny spot as well.

 

Zone: 3-7

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

Bloom Time: June to Early August

Height: 24-32”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Cut Flower

 

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Centaurea Bachelor Buttons

Centaurea Montana
420. Centaurea Montana

This perennial bachelor button with a fringed blue flower doesn’t need any encouraging, coming back year after year. It doesn’t get much easier than this one to spread some violet blue color around. The leaves have a nice velvety feel to them with a silver gleam on their green leaves.  It likes full sun but I don’t have any trouble growing it in semi-shade.

 

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade

Bloom Time: June to July

Height: 12-21”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Cut Flower, Edging, Drought Tolerant

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Cerastium

Cerastium Silver Carpet
430. Cerastium Silver Carpet

We saw a beautiful example of these plants at our neighbor’s home where the path to their house was lined on both sides by Cerastium with a backdrop of blue Lavender plants. Both enjoy sun and well-drained soil so are a perfect combination. They are also known as “Snow in Summer” due to the beautiful white flowers that smother the foliage late Spring and early Summer. This is also a great rock garden plant because it tolerates well dry, drained and sunny conditions.

 

Zone: 3-7

Exposure: Full Sun

Bloom Time: June +

Height: 12”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Edging, Drought Tolerant, Containers

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Coreopsis

Coreopsis Sunfire
450. Coreopsis Sunfire

Butterflies adore this sun loving flower. They bloom all season while resisting the heat of summer. I particularly love the fact that they are so easy to grow and make a great addition to a children’s garden. The flowers have single petals with burgundy eyes. They are so sweet!

 

Zone: 4-9

Exposure: Full Sun

Bloom Time: June - Fall

Height: 16-18”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterflies, Containers, Cut flowers

 

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Coreopsis Early Sunrise
460. Coreopsis Early Sunrise

These early and long blooming Coreopsis have 2" double, bright yellow daisies. They are loaded with flowers during their first flush and then they bloom lightly all summer and into the fall. Their stems are 18 -24" high with straight wiry stems so they make great cut flowers. They also attract butterflies to my garden.

 

Zone: 4-9

Exposure: Full Sun

Bloom Time: June - Fall

Height: 18-24”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterflies, Containers, Cut flowers

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Dianthus or Cottage Pinks

Dianthus Ideal
470. Dianthus Ideal

These old fashioned "Pinks" produce a wealth of flowers with a spicy fragrance. Their rich mix of colors includes carmine, crimson, deep violet, pink, raspberry, rose, violet, cherry, and violet picotee. They bloom early and continuously all summer and withstand hot spells. These are very beautiful and carefree plants. Growing to about a foot high, they are great for the front of the border.

 

Zone: 5-9

Exposure: Full Sun

Bloom Time: June - Fall

Height: 12”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts Butterflies, Containers, Drought tolerant, Edging

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Dianthus Sweet William
480. Dianthus Sweet William

This was a favorite in the old cottage gardens and it still is today. Of course it works well in any garden. It’s often listed as a biennial but I have found it to be a true perennial. It just keeps coming back as strong as ever. The blossoms are a rich variety of color, beautifully marked with pink and red, bicolored and white. They appear in clusters at the end of a 2' stem. They are a great long lasting cut flower with a delightful fragrance.

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: May and June then sporadically

Height: 15-24”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts Butterflies and hummingbirds, Fragrant, Cut Flower

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500. Dianthus Artic Fire – NEW!

 One of the best attributes of this type of “Maiden Pink” is the way its foliage forms a plush mat of bright green that creeps along garden edges or rock gardens. Rising above the leaves are the frilly white flowers with the crimson eyes. They have a sweet fragrance and when you trim them back after the first flush they keep coming back for more.

 

Zone: 2-9

Exposure: Full Sun

Bloom Time: June - August

Height: 6-8”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts Butterflies, Containers, Drought tolerant, Edging and rock gardens, fragrant 

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Digitalis or Foxglove

Digitalis Camelot
500. Digitalis Camelot

The large trumpet bells on this foxglove swirl around its stem showing off its speckled colors within. The hummingbirds love them. They are an endless food source. They also can produce lots of side shoots. The colors range from rose, cream, lavender, and white flowers.

 

Zone: 4-9

Exposure: Sun or Shade

Bloom Time: Late Spring - Mid Summer

Height: 36” or more

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterfly 

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Digitalis Candy Mountain
510. Digitalis Candy Mountain

These lovely upward facing trumpet-like flowers are like a clarion call for all butterflies and hummingbirds! The inside of the deep rosy bells are full of deep maroon spots circled in white. I grew them in my part shade garden. A friend grew them in full sun for cut flowers. They grow taller in the sun but need more moisture.

 

Zone: 4-9

Exposure: Sun or Shade

Bloom Time: Late Spring - Mid Summer

Height: 36” or more

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterfly 

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511. Digitalis Dalmatian Mix- NEW!

Foxglove Dalmatian displays a beautiful mix of purple, peach, rose and cream spotted blooms in its first year. What’s really special, it’s probably the earliest foxglove to bloom in my garden, way before the others. They have uniform, compact foliage and a branching habit that produce magnificent flower spikes.

Zone: 4-9

Exposure: Sun or Shade

Bloom Time: Late Spring - Mid Summer

Height: 36”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterfly 

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Digitalis Excelsior
520. Digitalis Excelsior

This is the old favorite that you must have. Find the right spot, and it comes back year after year. You don’t think the people living in those beautiful English cottages from the 1800’s went out and planted new foxglove every year! They likely had a variety like Excelsior. They come in a mix of colors including Creamy Yellow, Deep Pink, Light Pink, Lilac, Salmon, and White.

 

Zone: 4-9

Exposure: Sun or Shade

Bloom Time: Late Spring - Mid Summer

Height: 36” or more

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterfly

 

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Digitalis Primrose Carousal
560. Digitalis Primrose Carousal

The soft yellow bells circle the strong stems. Inside each flower are speckles of purple. Its fantastic mixed towards the front of the border since it’s shorter than most foxgloves with a height that’s a little over two feet.

 

Zone: 4-9

Exposure: Sun or Shade

Bloom Time: Late Spring - Mid Summer

Height: 27”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterfly 

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Digitalis Silver Fox
563. Digitalis Silver Fox
These dwarf foxgloves are so distinctive with their furry silver foliage that they look great whether they are blooming or not. The large white bells show a hint of pink with speckles of dark pink in the interior. It reseeds making it a constant in the garden once established.
 
Zone: 4-9
Exposure: Part Shade
Bloom Time: Late Spring - Mid Summer 
Height: 18 - 24”
Features: Deer Resistant, Cut Flower, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterfly 
 

 

 

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Digitalis Sugar Plum
564. Digitalis Sugar Plum

There is no excuse for not having an array of foxglove in the garden and Sugar Plum is definitely one deserving front and center. Although new in the world of foxglove they still retain the dramatic and old-fashioned qualities needed for the cottage garden Their intense coloring calls out to any humming bird in the area.

 

Zone: 4-9

Exposure: Sun or Shade

Bloom Time: Late Spring - Mid Summer

Height: 30-40”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterfly

 

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Echinops

Echinops Blue Glow
610. Echinops Blue Glow

This showy selection has an intense strong blue globe flower and more compact habit. The deer have shown no interest in our plants. They are an excellent color choice for mid to late summer. This variety was especially developed for the cut flowers and it is also useful for drying.

 

Zone: 2-9

Exposure: Mostly Sunny

Bloom Time: Mid-Summer – Early Fall

Height: 39-47”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Cut Flower, Attracts Butterfly, Drought tolerant

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Gaillardia

Gaillardia Arizona Sun
620. Gaillardia Arizona Sun

All colors of the “Arizona Sun” collection are amazing for their extra-long bloom period. They start early and mine continued to bloom into November despite repeated frosts. They have a nice compact habit and can be in the front or a little bit back in the garden. In the winter, the gold finches love the seed heads. “Arizona Sun” is a blaze of color summer or fall!

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Mostly Sunny

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Fall

Height: 12”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Cut Flower, Attracts Butterfly, Drought tolerant

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Gaillardia Arizona Sun Red Shades- NEW!
621. Gaillardia Arizona Sun Red Shades- NEW!

All colors of the “Arizona Sun” collection including “Red Shades” are amazing for their extra-long bloom period. They start early and continue to bloom into November resisting repeated frosts. They have a nice compact habit and can be in the front or a little bit back in the garden. In the winter, the gold finches love the seed heads. Enjoy the bright crimson 4” flowers of “Red Shades” Gaillardia with the birds and butterflies all season long!

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Mostly Sunny

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Fall

Height: 12”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Cut Flower, Attracts Butterfly, Drought tolerant

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Gaillardia Arizona Sun Apricot
622. Gaillardia Arizona Sun Apricot

All colors of the “Arizona Sun” collection including “Apricot” are amazing for their extra-long bloom period. They start early and continue to bloom into November resisting repeated frosts. They have a nice compact habit and can be in the front or a little bit back in the garden. In the winter, the gold finches love the seed heads. The “Apricot” variety is softer and warmer in color compatible with all the colors in your garden.

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Mostly Sunny

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Fall

Height: 12”                                

 

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Cut Flower, Attracts Butterfly, Drought tolerant

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Gypsophila

Gypsophilia Snowflake
660. Gypsophilia Snowflake

People think of Baby’s Breath as just a cut flower but it’s so much more. In the garden, it adds a cloud of white so delicate that you can’t help but be drawn to it. At the same time, it brings out the bright colors of all your other flowers. They bloom in July over a long period; stems can be picked in their prime and hung to dry for later use. "Once planted and known, no garden will be without this graceful elegant and above all beautiful pure white flower. Try it and it will win your love forever." -Salzers Garden Catalog of 1890.

 

Zone: 4-8

Exposure: Mostly Sunny

Bloom Time: Summer

Height: 36”

Features: Deer Resistant, Cut Flower, Attracts Butterfly, Drought tolerant

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Heuchera or Coral Bells

Heuchera Firefly
690. Heuchera Firefly

Beautiful plants that are simple to grow with attractive foliage appearing in tidy mounds and the vibrant pink-red bells along the stems over the low growing evergreen foliage. Even though the flowers rise high they are wispy so the plant can be put in the front of the border. They bloom heavily in June and July, and keep sending a few flower stalks up most of the summer. The hummingbirds really love them.

 

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Sun to Part Shade

Bloom Time: Early Summer - Summer

Height: 20”

Features: Attracts Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant 

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Heuchera Palace Purple
700. Heuchera Palace Purple

This type of heuchera has been a staple in my shade garden for years. The foliage is lovely and it needs very little light to grow well. The deep purple leaves are a beautiful contrast to the other shade loving plants like alchemilla. It’s a no-fuss plant that can add color and contrast to your garden without any problems to go with it.

 

Zone: 4-10

Exposure: Part Shade to Shade

Bloom Time: Late Spring to Mid-Summer

Height: 18-24”

Features: Deer Resistant, Shade Loving 

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Lavender

Lavender Hidcote
740. Lavender Hidcote

The “Hidcote” variety makes strong reliable lavender that makes a great edging plant in your garden or along a walkway. Like the other Lavenders, they are delightfully fragrant and can be picked and dried in bunches for a fragrant decoration.

 "And lavender, whose spikes of azure bloom

shall be, ere-while, in arid bundles bound

to lurk admist the labours of her loom,

and crown her kerchiefs with mickle rare perfume."

William Shenstone, The School Mistress 1742

 

Zone: 4-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Early to Late Summer

Height: 20”

Features: Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterflies, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Dried Flower, Drought Resistant, Fragrant  

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Lavender Munstead
750. Lavender Munstead

This variety is a very old one, started in the early 1900’s and it was named after Gertrude Jekyll's garden, Munstead. Gertrude Jekyll is the most famous cottage gardener of all time. It has beautiful lavender colored spikes that grow 12- 18”. Like the other Lavenders, it is delightfully fragrant and can be picked and dried in bunches for a fragrant decoration.

 

Zone: 5-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Early to Late Summer

Height: 20”

Features: Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterfly, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Dried Flower, Drought Resistant, Fragrant  

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Lupines

Lupines Gallery Blue
800. Lupines Gallery Blue

The stunning spires of blue blooms give the cottage garden its spirited appearance. Lupines are very dependable in our garden, coming up year after year. The deer ignore them while the butterflies and hummingbirds love them. The gallery series offers 2ft tall sturdy plants with densely packed spikes.

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Summer

Height: 24”

Features: Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant, Cut Flower

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Lupines Gallery Pink
810. Lupines Gallery Pink

These Lupines have wonderful spires of pink blooms giving the cottage garden its spirited appearance. Lupines are very dependable in our garden, coming up year after year. The deer ignore them while the butterflies and hummingbirds love them. The gallery series offers 2ft tall sturdy plants with densely packed spikes.

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Summer

Height: 24”

Features: Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant, Cut Flower

 

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Lupines Gallery Red
820. Lupines Gallery Red

These Lupines have wonderful spires of bright red blooms giving the cottage garden its spirited appearance. Lupines are very dependable in our garden, coming up year after year. The deer ignore them while the butterflies and hummingbirds love them. The gallery series offers 2ft tall sturdy plants with densely packed spikes.

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Summer

Height: 24”

Features: Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant, Cut Flower

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Lupines Gallery Mix
830. Lupines Gallery Mix

These Lupines are a lovely mix of many colors that are a perfect complement to every garden. Lupines are very dependable in our garden, coming up year after year. The deer ignore them while the butterflies and hummingbirds love them. The gallery series offers 2ft tall sturdy plants with densely packed spikes.

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Summer

Height: 24”

Features: Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant, Cut Flower

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Lychnis

Lychnis Coronaria
840. Lychnis Coronaria

This plant produces the most incredible bouquet of vibrant magenta flowers that I have ever seen! The leaves too, are soft, wooly and silver. They are so adaptable in sunny dry places as well as dry part shade areas. This is an old cottage garden plant.  It is also known as "Rose Campion".

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Sun – Dry Part Shade

Bloom Time: Late Spring- Summer

Height: 16-24”

Features: Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Cut Flower, Drought Tolerant

 

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Monarda

Monarda Panorama Mix
870. Monarda Panorama Mix

Also known as Bee Balm, they produce clusters of frilly petals on top of long stems. The leaves smell minty and are often called “Oswego Tea” (from the Native Americans from where it originated). In my garden, the hummingbirds and sphinx moths absolutely love them. They come in lovely shades of pink, salmon, red, scarlet and crimson.

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Sun – Dry Part Shade

Bloom Time: Summer

Height: 36”

Features: Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Cut Flower, Drought Tolerant

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Penstemon

Penstemon Mystica
940. Penstemon Mystica

These snapdragon-like flowers dangle along the maroon stem. The light colored bells glow and brighten up the evening garden. It’s a native plant that’s very easy to grow.

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Sun - Part Shade

Bloom Time: Summer

Height: 24”

Features: Attracts Butterflies, Cut Flower, Attracts Hummingbirds 

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Poppies

Poppy Fruit Punch
909. Poppy Fruit Punch

There are some pretty colors that can come up in this mix, particularly the coral but any of the red, pinks, orange and plum are gorgeous. This variety has a flower that stands up to the elements better than most. The shorter stems, too, help keep it sturdy.

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Late Spring

Height: 24”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies

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Poppy Great Red
910. Poppy Great Red

Spectacular classic red Poppies that display 8 inch flowers with black centers and tissue paper petals. They remind us of this thought provoking World War 1 poem that begins:

“In Flanders fields the poppies blow

Between the crosses, row on row,

That mark our place; and in the sky

The larks, still bravely singing, fly

Scarce heard amid the guns below.”

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Late Spring

Height: 32” plus

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies

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Poppy Pizzicato
920. Poppy Pizzicato

Flowers of Pizzacato range from an amazing 6-8" across on sturdy 2 ft. stems that hold up even in windy conditions. They are prolific with a color range that includes pale pink to rose, salmon, and scarlet, all with beautifully deep contrasting black centers. It’s been very reliable over the years in my garden.

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Late Spring

Height: 20”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies

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Perovskia or Russian Sage

 

Perovskia Russian Sage
960. Perovskia Russian Sage

You can plant these as a group for a shrub like effect or as singles to fill in hot spots of your flower patches and keep the garden colors coming. The rich sky blue spikes, like tall lavender, work well with all the colors of your garden. This is a plant the deer never touch even in the heaviest traveled deer “highways”. I’ve seen it growing where no other plant will.

 

Zone: 4-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Summer- Fall

Height: 24”

Features: Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Rabbit Resistant 

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Physotegia

Physotegia Rose Queen
970. Physotegia Rose Queen

A clear, deep-rose color, exceptionally easy to grow, spreads without being invasive. It loves full sun, a well-drained site and will repel deer. Also known as the “Obedient Plant” for the way the stem can be bent into shape after cutting to fit any flower arrangement you are making!

 

Zone: 3-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Late Summer – Early Fall

Height: 24-32”

Features: Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Excellent Cut Flower

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Primula

Primula Supernova
1011. Primula Supernova

These English Primroses love the sun and shade, blooming early and profusely in both! They are a cheerful, colorful and fragrant start to the gardening season and will multiply throughout the years. Their height in bloom is about 10" and the deer never touch them in our garden. All the colors from this mix are truly sweet.

 

Zone: 4-9

Exposure: Partial Shade- Shade

Bloom Time: Spring

Height: 10”

Features: Deer and Rabbit Resistant

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Rudbeckia

Rudbeckia Cappuccino
1050. Rudbeckia Cappuccino

These delightful sunrise golden daisies with their rich coffee centers are scattered around our garden keeping it in constant bloom. It’s one of those plants that when customers see it in bloom at the farmers' market it’s a sell out!

 

Zone: 5-8

Exposure: Mostly Sunny

Bloom Time: Summer- Fall

Height: 24”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts Butterflies, Cut Flower

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Rudbeckia Cherry Brandy
1051. Rudbeckia Cherry Brandy

In the height of summer, we are treated to vast displays of yellow daisies everywhere. Now “Cherry Brandy” will catch your attention with its deep cherry petals along your border or in the middle of the garden. Standing about two feet in height, they will take your breath away as a mass planting along the garden path. Plants are heat and drought tolerant and will grow in just about any sunny location.

 

Zone: 5-8

Exposure: Mostly Sunny

Bloom Time: Summer- Fall

Height: 24”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts Butterflies, Cut Flower

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Rudbeckia Goldsturm
1060. Rudbeckia Goldsturm

There is no better border plant the “Goldsturm” Black-eyed Susan. It is so reliable and forms neat clumps, blooming over a long period of time just when you need the color. We put it along the side of our house where it gets a lot of shade so even though it’s supposed to be a full sun plant, I say otherwise!

 

Zone: 5-8

Exposure: Mostly Sunny – Partly Shade

Bloom Time: Summer- Fall

Height: 24-32”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts Butterflies, Cut Flower

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Rudbeckia Indian Summer
1070. Rudbeckia Indian Summer

They have enormous 6-9" yellow semi- double and single blooms on 3' tall plants, yet require no staking. The displays they made in my garden this year were spectacular and the flower heads were huge. They bloomed all summer long. They are excellent for cutting.

 

Zone: 5-8

Exposure: Mostly Sunny – Partly Shade

Bloom Time: Summer- Fall

Height: 34-48”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts Butterflies, Cut Flower

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Salvia

Salvia New Dimension Blue
1095. Salvia New Dimension Blue

I've never seen more vibrant violet blue salvia than this one in my garden. What makes the New Dimension variety extra special is, it doubles as a ground cover, tolerates drought and the deer stay away. For a second bloom season cut it back after the first blooms are done.

 

Zone: 5-8

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Summer- Fall

Height: 10-12”

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts Butterflies, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Hummingbirds, Drought Tolerant 

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Salvia New Dimension Rose
1097. Salvia New Dimension Rose

It’s always good to have a plant for the front of the border, which can take the heat of summer and bloom when it’s the hottest. Well, that's Salvia New Dimension Rose for you! It has a wonderful deep rich rose color and blooms heavily. Cut it back and it will do it all over again in the fall.

 

Zone: 5-8

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Summer- Fall

Height: 10-12”

Features: Deer Tolerant, Attracts Butterflies, Rabbit Tolerant, Attract Hummingbirds, Drought Tolerant 

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Veronica

1156. Veronica Blue Pyramid-NEW!

I chose this variety due to its shorter stature. I wanted the blue spikes to stay upright and I found it in the “Blue Pyramid”. With pinnacles of true blue flowers, they grow in the best and worst soils or in hot and cold.

Zone: 5-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Summer

Height: 18”                                                 

Features: Deer Resistant, Attracts Butterfly, Containers, Edging

 

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Thymus

Mother of Thyme
1140. Mother of Thyme

The sweet aromatic leaves form dense mats for the hot dry places along your garden path and banks. When they bloom, they are covered in a blanket of deep pink blooms. Thyme can be used as a ground cover, edging, between stones or even containers. It can take the heat, too.

Zone: 2-9

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Summer

Height: 6-8”

Features: Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Attracts Butterflies, Drought tolerant, Containers, Edging

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Deer Repellent Annuals

Ageratum

Ageratum Blue Horizon
1225. Ageratum Blue Horizon

This is an old favorite of mine because it really does everything I want in the garden. The powder blue button blooms grow on 30” strong stems. Cut them for your vase and they still keep coming. We also get lots of butterflies landing on ours especially in the fall during their final migrations. The deer have never bothered ours.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun- Some Shade

Bloom Time: June - September

Height: 30”

Features: Attracts Butterfly, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant

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Calendula

1234. Calendula Bon Bon- NEW!

Colonists in the 1700s used these lovely plants in the gardens around the home because they were pretty and so very useful. Known as the "poor man's saffron" Calendula was used to flavor dishes. Medicinally they were made into extracts and ointments to aid in healing numerous health complaints. Even today they are used for many of the same reasons and are most commonly found in skin conditioning soaps. Let’s not forget they give the garden constant beauty and color. The “Bon Bon” flowers are large at 3” with double petals and bloom heavy and earlier than other calendula. Colors can include orange, apricot, yellow and light yellow.

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: June - September

Height: 12-15”

Features: Attracts Butterfly, Deer Resistant, Culinary, Medicinal, Self-Sowing, Fragrant

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Centaurea Bachelor Buttons

Centaurea Classic Fantastic
1235. Centaurea Classic Fantastic

The beautiful blue bachelor button gives the cottage garden that dash of fascination and color we are always looking for.  As its name implies, the variety has fantastic shades of blue that are also tall enough for cutting and will reseed like a perennial to keep you in blue blooms for years to come.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun or Part Shade

Bloom Time: June - September

Height: 30”

Features: Attracts Butterfly, Cut Flowers, Dried Flowers, Self-Sowing

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Cleome

Cleome Cherry Queen
1240. Cleome Cherry Queen

Tall, airy, and graceful, these plants are adorned with huge flower clusters that open daily. They love lots of sun and are drought and heat tolerant. They fill out the back of the border beautifully or can stand on their own.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: June - September

Height: 36-48”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Self-Sowing, Heat and Drought Tolerant, Deer Resistant

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1241. Cleome Sparkler Mix- NEW!

Because the Sparkler series has been bred to be shorter and bushier than other Cleome, it can also work well in large containers or for a hedging effect. Of course, it mixes well in the garden with its prolific bloom habits in colors of Lavender, Rose, and White flowers.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: June - September

Height: 36”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Self-Sowing, Heat and Drought Tolerant, Deer Resistant 

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Datura

Datura Belle Blanche
1280. Datura Belle Blanche

The fragrant evening white blooms of Datura seem to glow even as darkness falls and hence the common name “Moonflower”. The 7 in. perfumed blooms give the garden a tropical flair. Yet it has all the attributes we northern gardeners like: A tough-no-fuss plant, it takes heat and drought, and the deer and insects keep away!

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: June - September

Height: 36”

Features: Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Self-Sowing, Fragrant, Reseeds

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Marigolds

Marigold Durango Bolero
1350. Marigold Durango Bolero

Marigolds date back to before Victorian times. The aromatic leaves, feathery and fern-like, also repel deer and many insects. They are exceptionally easy to grow and look beautiful all season long. “Bolero”  creates constant color for pots, boxes or the garden border.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun or Part Shade

Bloom Time: May – Late September

Height: 12”

Features: Containers, Edging, Scented, Deer Resistant

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Marigold Queen Sophia – NEW!
1351. Marigold Queen Sophia – NEW!

These marigolds grow so easily in the garden giving a constant flourish of color. The plants are only a foot tall but the flower heads are big and showy at 3” wide. You can find a place for them anywhere in the flower garden or their size makes them ideal for pots as well.

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun or Part Shade

Bloom Time: May – Late September

Height: 12”

Features: Containers, Edging, Scented, Deer Resistant

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Marigold Tangerine Gem
1370. Marigold Tangerine Gem

Their leaves and flowers have most delicate appearance but they are tough in every other way. They were truly gems in my garden with their mass of tiny blossoms that were in constant bloom no matter the weather. They draped along the edge and everyone admired them. No pest will ever bother a marigold!

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun or Part Shade

Bloom Time: May – Late September

Height: 5-8”

Features: Containers, Edging, Scented, Deer Resistant

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Morning Glory

Morning Glory Grandpa Ott
1390. Morning Glory Grandpa Ott

Thank goodness this heritage variety has recently resurfaced. Large velvety deep purple blooms have luminous deep pink throats. The coloring is truly spectacular. Another wonderful aspect of this flower is that it initiates blooms very early in the season and continues until the frost.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Summer – Late September

Height: 7 ft. and More

Features: Deer Resistant, Trellis, Hummingbird Attractant

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Morning Glory Heavenly Blue
1400. Morning Glory Heavenly Blue

This popular American classic is easy to grow and tolerates low fertility. Let it ramble up a rural mailbox, porch trellis, or lamp post where it smothers the object with large saucer shaped blooms. It grows best in full sun and blooms later in the season and into fall. It’s a classic American favorite.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: Summer – Late September

Height: 7 ft. and More

Features: Deer Resistant, Trellis, Hummingbird Attractant

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Nicotiana

Nicotiana Perfume-NEW!
1450. Nicotiana Perfume-NEW!

As the name implies this is also a fragrant Nicotiana but also colorful and compact. I like that because I can bring those benefits closer to my home in smaller garden areas and in pots. It’s a treat to see the hummingbirds find them up close.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun or Shade

Bloom Time: May – Late September

Height: 20”

Features: Deer Resistant, Butterfly Attractant, Self-sowing

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Nicotiana Only the Lonely
1460. Nicotiana Only the Lonely

Their fragrance is glorious, drifting through the evening air all summer long. They enjoy sun or shade and especially the summer humidity. The deer definitely don’t like Nicotiana’s!

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun or Shade

Bloom Time: May – Late September

Height: 48”

Features: Deer Resistant, Butterfly Attractant, Self-sowing

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Nicotiana Whisper
1461. Nicotiana Whisper

There are just hundreds of colorful small bells that dangle from this lovely plant. When the evening moths pollinate it, they help release a lovely fragrance that you get to enjoy. We just could get over how beautiful this plant was in our garden. It can handle some really cold weather, too!

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun or Shade

Bloom Time: May – Late October

Height: 36-48”

Features: Deer Tolerant, Butterfly Attractant, Self-sowing, Hummingbird Attractant, Deer Resistant

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Petunias

Petunia Dolcissima
1531. Petunia Dolcissima

A beautiful name for a flower, meaning, gentle and sweet. The plants grow to about 10 inches high so are great for window boxes, baskets, as well as the garden. The color assortment has shades of pinks, yellows and a combination of the two even within the same flower. One of easiest plants to grow, they fill the garden with color all summer long and way past the frost.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: May – Late October

Height: 10-12”

Features: Containers, Edging, Hummingbird Attractant, Deer Resistant

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Salvia

Salvia Victoria
1550. Salvia Victoria

Their spikes of cool blue flowers remind me of a lavender blossom except these bloom all summer long. They need little maintenance and can withstand hot dry spells. You wouldn’t think by the type of flower they have, but the hummingbirds and butterflies really like them. Ours continued to give our garden color right into November.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: May – October

Height: 10-12”

Features: Containers, Edging, Hummingbird and Butterfly Attractant, Deer Resistant

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Salvia Hummingbird Mix
1560. Salvia Hummingbird Mix

I want to start by saying that some of my beautiful “Hummingbird” was still blooming in November despite a hard frost. I wish the rest of the garden looked so beautiful. The hummingbirds are grateful for this one. Lots of colorful tubular flowers adorn the stems. Graceful and pretty to our eyes, they are abundant food to a bird’s eye. It’s a random blend of varietal colors including Coral Nymph, Lady in Red, Snow Nymph and Forest Fire. They are all beautiful.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: May – November

Height: 18-30”

Features: Hummingbird and Butterfly Attractant, Deer Resistant

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Snapdragons

 

Snapdragons Rocket Mix
1590. Snapdragons Rocket Mix

We chose a mix because all the colors are so beautiful and useful that we could not decide on just a few. Growing 30-36" tall, they are heat tolerant and bloom all summer in a wide range of colors including: Red, orchid, lemon, rose, and cherry. It seems the more we cut, the more they bloom.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: May – November

Height: 30-36”

Features: Hummingbird Attractant, Deer Resistant, Cut Flower

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1593. Snapdragon Twinny Peach- NEW!

 I love snapdragons, there constant color and the way they come back every year like a perennial. I love the peachy colors of this variety plus the shorter stature so I have more plants for the front of the border. The “Butterfly” style blossom gives it fancy style.

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun

Bloom Time: May – November

Height: 12-15”

Features: Hummingbird Attractant, Deer Resistant, Cut Flower

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Stock

Stock Vintage Mix
1620. Stock Vintage Mix

Traditionally grown in cooler climes, hence its frequent use in English gardens. This newly developed form withstands heat so we can enjoy the fragrant blooms all summer. It’s offered in antique shades of rose, blue, carmine, yellow, red, and lilac and grows a foot high. They form branching columns of double blooms. They are wonderful in vases and in the garden.

 

Zone: Annual – All Zones

Exposure: Sun – Part Shade

Bloom Time: May – September

Height: 12-15”

Features: Deer Resistant, Cut Flower, Fragrant

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Deer Repellent Delphiniums

A word about Delphiniums and deer. Deer have never eaten our delphiniums and some gardening friends that have high deer pressure have said the same. But many others have said that deer have eaten their delphiniums. As you know, they are our favorites so we think its worth a try. 

Delphinium Belladonna
10. Delphinium Belladonna

These original true Delphiniums are the easiest to grow and adaptable to most climates. They flourish in less than optimal conditions producing single blooms clustered on strong stalks of 3 ft. without the spires you see on other delphiniums. They are the first to bloom in our garden and repeat themselves during the season.

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 30-36”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant 

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Delphinium Bellamosum
20. Delphinium Bellamosum

Bellamosum's graceful habit and exciting color is eye catching. Like the Belladonna they are easy to grow and adaptable to most climates. They flourish in less than optimal conditions producing single blooms clustered on strong stalks of 3 ft. without the spires you see on other delphiniums. They are the first to bloom in our garden and repeat themselves during the season.

 

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 30-36”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant 

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Delphinium Centurion Gentian Blue
41. Delphinium Centurion Gentian Blue

The uniformity and height of the Delphinium “Centurion”, not to mention the sensations color, make it a favorite for Professional growers who use them for cut flowers and they are just as perfect for the home gardener. The blue is truly sensational!

 

Zone: 3-7

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 59”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant 

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Delphinium Guardian Blue
42. Delphinium Guardian Blue

These royal blue delphiniums are graceful and elegant. Their shorter stature makes them less likely to need staking. They create spires of double flowers along the stem. They are one of the early bloomers in the garden.

 

Zone: 3-7

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height 36-42”

 

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant 

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Delphinium New Century Dreaming Spires
44. Delphinium New Century Dreaming Spires

The florets are tightly packed, with some colors having contrasting bees and others not. Their height is magnificent and strong at five feet and they belong at the back of the border!

 

Zone: 3-7

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 59”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant 

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Delphinium Summer Nights
50. Delphinium Summer Nights

These delphiniums are known for their shorter growth habit with mounds of blossoms held a short way above the foliage. Prolific blooms through the season making them an excellent choice for the front of the border or mixed in pots. They are the best type of delphinium for the warmer zones. Ours bloomed all summer long. The midnight blue is a perfect color.

 

Zone: 5-9

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 12”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant 

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Delphinium Magic Fountain Dark Blue
70. Delphinium Magic Fountain Dark Blue

Steeped in the richest deep dark blue blossoms, these carefree stalks are excellent in the small garden where you want a centerpiece without it being overwhelming. The sturdy stalks are packed with double florets.

 

Zone: 3-7

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 30-38”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant

 

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Delphinium Magic Fountain Sky Blue
90. Delphinium Magic Fountain Sky Blue

This is a sky blue gem with blossoms that smother its strong stems. Tall enough to reach above the other flowers yet, they stay upright and are so easy to grow. It's the prettiest of blues and makes all other colors, all the more lovely. The sturdy stalks are packed with double florets.

 

Zone: 3-7

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 30-38”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant 

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Delphinium Magic Fountain Pure White
100. Delphinium Magic Fountain Pure White

It's purity highlights all the stunning colors that surround it while illuminating the garden at the same time. As dusk approaches there is nothing like white flowers to make your garden glow and come alive for another show. The sturdy stalks are packed with double florets.

 

Zone: 3-7

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 30-38”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant 

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Delphinium Magic Fountain Crystal Mix
110. Delphinium Magic Fountain Crystal Mix

When you enjoy a mix of colors in your garden or just can’t decide, this is the variety for you! They have a great compact habit for small spaces but all the beauty of the traditional tall delphiniums. They are magical!

 

Zone: 3-7

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 30-38”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant

 

 

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Delphinium Blue Lace
112. Delphinium Blue Lace

I love these tall sky blue flowers. Each large flower that clings to the stem can have up to 30 petals making them an amazing delphinium. The center bees can be light or dark and some petals can have just a blush of lavender pink. They are long lived and have good heat tolerance. Heights range from 4-5 feet.

 

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 48-60”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant 

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Delphinium Pagan Purple
120. Delphinium Pagan Purple

These elegant spires of deep purple reach tall above the garden. I like to put them in the back where they are easily seen and supported. The flower petals have an extra frilly edge to them from their many layers of petals. They are stunning!

 

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 48-60”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant

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Delphinium Pacific Giant Black Knight-NEW!
170. Delphinium Pacific Giant Black Knight-NEW!

An old cottage garden variety, the “Pacific Giants” are very tall and grand, bearing 3” double flowers. Their spires are deep purple satiny flowers with deep dark eyes. They are just spectacular.

 

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 48-60”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant

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Delphinium Pacific Giant Blue Bird
180. Delphinium Pacific Giant Blue Bird

Known for their true blue color (white center bee), they also soar upward 5 Ft. or more showing off their colors and inviting the butterflies and hummingbirds to join them. It is truly a color for the purist. They are another old cottage garden favorite.

 

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 48-60”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant

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Delphinium Pacific Giant Blue Jay
190. Delphinium Pacific Giant Blue Jay

When you want your delphiniums to glow with intensity and energy then Blue Jay's strong clear blue and dark bee will do just that. It's another stunning blue from the Pacific Giant Series with majestic height and strong stems.

 

Zone: 3-8    
Exposure: Part Shade - Sun
Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer
Height: 48-60”
Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant
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Delphinium Pacific Giant Galahad
200. Delphinium Pacific Giant Galahad

With Sir Galahad of legend known for his purity and gallantry, there is no doubt the breeders of this fine delphinium knew what they were seeing in these pure white blooms. A lovely formality even in the most casual of gardens, they bring out the best in all that surround them.

 

Zone: 3-8

Exposure: Part Shade - Sun

Bloom Time: Early Summer – Late Summer

Height: 48-60”

Features: Attracts Butterfly and Hummingbirds, Cut Flower, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant

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