Allium (the purple ball flower shown above). The above combination of alliums, bugleweed and poppies makes a nice deer resistant combination.
More bee balm. Did you know this plant is what flavours Earl Grey tea?
Don't plant hosta if you're trying to avoid deer. You'll wind up with a situation like this:
Mule deer are not nearly as pretty as white tail deer.
Lily of the Valley:
This plant is poisonous, so avoid it if you have pets or young children.
Maltese Cross (a butterfly magnet!)
Marigolds and Zinnias
Columbine is supposed to be deer resistant but that hasn't always worked around here.
Flowering Tobacco Plant (nicotiana) and Spider flower (cleome)
The one shown here is perennial, it flowers every year and spreads easily. The pink ones we're all used to are biennials. They self-seed and flower in the second year. Both types are poisonous, so once again be careful planting these around pets and kids.
By the way, if you've planted any of these and found the deer in your part of the world eating them please share which plants and where you live in the comments.
Hopefully we can all be out enjoying our gardens soon. Have a wonderful week!!