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We've pulled together the top deer-resistant plants for each region. Click through the slides to find your region's best plants.
Tough winters aren't the biggest challenge that many Northeastern gardeners have to face; the region hosts hordes of hungry deer. Try these deer-resistant plants in your landscape -- the critters usually avoid them so you can garden in peace.
From Minnesota to Missouri, countless gardeners have had their landscape dreams dashed by deer. Stop your yard from being turned into a buffet with these tough plants.
Plants have to be tough to thrive in the sometimes-arid conditions of the Mountain West and the High Plains. Choose these plants so your yard won't be mowed down by deer.