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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.
This diverse region -- from Florida into Texas -- offers a ton of great garden plants. But many are deer favorites so it's important to pick varieties the deer don't like.
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.
It may seem like a gardener's paradise, but the Pacific Northwest is filled with challenges from giant slugs to hungry deer. Put an end to the latter in your yard with these plants.
It may seem -- especially to new gardeners -- as if virtually nothing grows in this region...and what does is gobbled up by deer. Try these plants to send the deer to graze in other gardens.
People enjoy Southern California's sometimes picture-perfect weather, but so do herds of mule deer. Enjoy a beautiful garden without these four-legged fiends by picking plants they'll pass by.