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  • Deer Problems & Solutions

    Deer Browsing can be difficult to prevent and a combination of control strategies will be necessary. Fencing is the most effective way to prevent deer browsing. The fence must be a minimum of 7 and the more visible it is to the deer the better. Selecting plants that are considered deer resistant will help to make your garden less attractive to deer. Using deer repellents on a preventative basis can help. It may take some trial and error to find the most effective repellent for use in your garden. Alternate between repellents to prevent the deer from becoming accustomed to any one repellent. We carry a full line of repellents to choose from.

    As an example, recommended by our Customers and detailed in the Daily Record is a product we carry called Deer Out.

    We also carry Deer Scram, also highly recommended.

    Why not come in and talk to us!

    Deer Resistant Plant List

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    Deer Resistant List C:\Users\Donna\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\RD06BBBR\Male-Deer[1].png
    131 ROUTE 10 973-584-4488
    Rarely Damaged/Most Resistant Occasionally Damaged Frequently Damaged/Least Resistant
    Ageratum Lobularia Ageranthemum Nasturtium Caladium
    Angelonia Melampodium Bacopa Nemesia Calla Lily
    Alyssum Nicotiana Basil Parsley Coleus
    Bacopa Osteospermum Begonias (wax) Petunia Cosmos
    Bidens Pentas Begonias (Heimalis) Portulaca Dahlia
    Calendula(Pot Marigold) Polka-a-dot Plant Calibracolia(Million Bells) Salvia Gerber Daisy
    Cleome Salvia(Blue varieties) Celosia Stock Sunflower
    Dracena Spike Scaevola Dianthus Straw Flower Impatien
    Dusty Miller Snapdragon French Marigold Torenia Geranium
    Gazania Vinca Lobelia Verbena New Guinea Impatien
    Helichrysum(Strawflower) Vinca Vine Marigold Zinnia Pansy
    Heliotrope   Morning Glory    
    Rarely Damaged/Most Resistant Occasionally Damaged Frequently Damaged/Least Resistant
    Achillea(Yarrow) Herbs (Most Varieties) Agastache (Mexican Hyssop) Lythrum(Purple Loosestrife) Alcea (Hollyhock)
    Ajuga(Bugleweed) Lamium (Dead Nettle) Armeria maritima(Sea Thrift) Monarda (Beebalm) Bellis Perennis (English Daisy)
    Alchemilla(Lady's Mantle) Lavandula(Lavender) Aster Nipponanthemum(Montauk Daisy) Campanula Glomerata (Bellflower)
    Allium (Ornamental Onion) Liriope (Lily Turf) Astilbe Oenothera(Evening Primrose) Centaurea (Bachelor Button)
    Aquilegia(Columbine) Lychnis(Rose Campion) Baptisia (False Indigo) Pachysandra Chrysanthemum (Fall Mums)
    Arabis(Rockcress) Lysimachia (Creeping Jenny) Bergenia (Elephant Ears) Phlox Divaricata (Woodland Phlox) Chrysanthemum Superbum (Shasta Daisy)
    Artemisia(Silver Mound) Myosotis Sylvatica (Forget me Nots) Delphinium(Larkspur) Phlox Stolonifera(Creeping Phlox) Delosperma (Ice Plant)
    Aubretia Deltoidia(Purple Rockcress) Nepeta(Catmint) Dianthus (Carnation/Pinks) Phlox Subulata (Creeping/Moss Phlox) Gaillardia (Blanket Flower)
    Brunnera (Siberian Bugloss) Paeonia(Peony) may eat buds Dianthus Barbatus(Sweet William) Physotegia (Obedient Plant) Geum (Avens)
    Callisia (Spiderwort) Papaver Orientale(Poppy) Echinacea (Coneflower) Polemonium Caeruleum (Jacob's Ladder) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
    Caryopteris(Bluebeard) Perovskia(Russian Sage) Eupatorium (Joe-Pye Weed) Primula (Primrose) Hibiscus Moscheutos(Rose Mallow)
    Cerastium(Snow in Summer) Potentilla Geranium(Hardy) Rheum Rhabarbarum(Rhubarb) Hosta (all varieties)
    Coreopsis (tickseed) Pulmonaria (Lungwort) Gypsophilia(Baby's Breath) Rudbeckia (Black Eyed Susan) Leucanthemum Maximum (Shasta Daisy)
    Crocosmia Ranunculus Heuchera(Coral Bells) Saponaria Officinalis(Rock Soapwort) Lilium (Lily)
    Dicentra(Bleeding Heart) Salvia(Sage) Hypericum (St. John's Wort) Scabiosa Caucasica (Pincushion Flower) Penstemon (Beardtongue)
    Digitalis (Foxglove) Salvia Nemorosa (Meadow Sage) Iberis Sempivirens(Candytuft) Sempervivum (Hens & Chicks) Phlox Paniculata(Summer Garden Phlox)
    Ferns Stachys(Lamb's Ear) Iris(may eat buds) Tiarella Cordifloia (Foam Flower) Platycodon Grandiflorus(Balloon Flower)
    Festuca (Blue Fescue) Tanacetum (Painted Daisy) Kniphofia(Red hot Poker) Tradescantia (Spiderwort) Sedum Spectabile (Stonecrop)
    Galium (Sweet Woodruff) Teucrium (Germander) Liatris (Brazing Star/Gayfeather) Trillium Viola (Violets)
    Grasses(Ornamental) Thymus (Thyme) Lobelia (Cardinal Flower) Verbascum (Mullein)  
    Gaura (Wand Flower) Vinca Minor(Myrtle/Periwinkle) Lupinus(Lupine) Veronica (Speedwell)  
    Shrubs, Trees & Vines
    Rarely Damaged/Most Resistant Occasionally Damaged Frequently Damaged/Least Resistant
    Albizia Julibrissin (Mimosa)   Abelia (Glossy Abelia)   Azaleas
    Berberis (Barberry) Acer Palmatum (Japanese Maple)   Chamaecyparis Obtusa (Hinoki Cypress)
    Betula Nigra (River Birch) Acer Rubrum (Red Maple)   Cornus Florida (Dogwood, flowering)
    Buddleia (Butterfly Bush) Aucuba Japonica   Euonymus
    Buxus (Boxwood) Betula Jacquemontii (Birch, Himalayan) Hedera Helix(English Ivy)
    Callicarpa (Beautyberry) Cedrus Atlantica (Blue Atlas Cedar) Hydrangea Anomala (Climbing Hydrangea)
    Calluna (Heather) Cercis Canadensis(Red Bud, Eastern) Kalmia Latifolia (Mt Laurel)
    Calycanthus (Sweetshrub) Chaenomeles Japonica(Quince, flowering) Lonicera (Honeysuckle)
    Caryopteris Clandonensis( Blue Mist Shrub) Chamaecyparis Pisifera (False Japanese Cypress) Nandina
    Cephalotaxus (Japanese Plum Yew) Clematis   Physocarpus (Common Ninebark)
    Cryptomeria Japonica (Japanese Cedar) Clethra   Prunus Cistena (Sand Cherry)
    Cupressocyparis leyandii (Cypress, Leyland) Cornus Alba (Red Twig Dogwood)   Rhododendron
    Cytisus (Scotch Broom) Cornus Kousa(Kousa Dogwood)   Rosa (Roses)
    Forsythia Cotoneaster (all varieties)   Syringa Vulgaris (Common Lilac)
    Ilex Opaca ( Holly, American) Deutzia   Taxus (Yews)
    Juniper(all varieties) Fagus Sylvatica (European Beech)   Thuja Nigra (American Arborvitae)
    Juniperus Virginiana (Cedar, Eastern Red) Hibiscus Syriacus (Rose of Sharon)   Tsuga Canadensis (Hemlock, Eastern)
    Magnolia Hydrangea   Weigela
    Picea Glauca 'conica' (Dwarf Alberta Spruce) Hypericum Prolificum(St. John's Wort)  
    Pieris Japonica (Andromeda) Ilex (Holly)   THERE IS NO GUARANTEE
    Pinus Mugo (Mugo Pine) Lagerstroemia (Crape Myrtle)   WITH THIS LIST
    Potentilla Leucothoe   Keep in mind that deer can and will
    Pyracantha Ligustrum (Privet)   adapt to any available food source,
    Rhododendron, PJM Osmanthus (False Holly)   depending on local deer populations
    Sorbaria (False Spirea) Picea Abies (Norway Spruce)   and weather conditions.
    Spirea(all varieties) Picea Omorika (Siberian Spruce)    
    Syringa patula (Lilac, Miss Kim) Picea Pungens (Colorado Blue Spruce) DERING'S GARDEN SUPPLY
    Thuja Plicata (Green Giant Arborvitae) Pinus Strobus ( Eastern White Pine) 131 ROUTE 10
    Yucca   Prunus Laurocerasus (Cherry Laurel) SUCCASUNNA, NJ 07876
    Prunus Serrulata (Flowering Cherry)  
    Pseudotsuga Menziesii (Douglas Fir) 973-584-4488
    Pyrus Calleryana (Flowering Pear)   DERINGSGARDENSUPPLY.COM
    Salix (Dappled Willow)   C:\Users\Donna\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\RD06BBBR\Male-Deer[1].png
    Thuja Occidentalis (Emerald Green Arborvitae)  
    Thuja Occidentalis (Rheingold Arborvitae)  
    Vaccimium (Blueberry)    
    Viburnum (Most varieties)    

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