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$29.99 $11.99

Discourage deer from frequenting your garden with a mat of lightly scented pansies to place around trees

Van Bloem Gardens
$111.59

Green Thumb, Deer Resistant Bulb Blend, Is A Special Combination Blended Together To Add Spectacular Color To The Garden, Comes In... Yellow & Purple, Great For Borders Or Containers & Grows Up To 12 High. read more

The Dirty Gardener
$18.49

Deer Resistant Mix. A mix of flowers that deer tend to NOT want to eat. Achillea millefolium White Yarrow PW12-36in S, Aquilegia v...ulgaris Columbine PW/B/R/V18-24inSp-S,Centaurea cyanus Bachelor Button AB24-36inS,Clarkia amoena Godetia ARo/Pi/W/R18-24in... read more

The Dirty Gardener
$28.50

Deer Resistant Mix. A mix of flowers that deer tend to NOT want to eat. BLOOM PERIOD: Achillea millefolium. White Yarrow. PW12-36'...S, Aquilegia vulgaris Columbine PW/B/R/V18-24'Sp-S,Centaurea cyanus Bachelor Button AB24-36'S,Clarkia amoena Godetia... read more

Bonnie Plants
$4.98

Silvery gray leaves look gorgeous next to spikes of deep purple flowers. Wonderful aroma very calming. Deer-resistant plant also a...ttracts loads of pollinators. Use fresh or dried, for crafts, baking, beverages or sachets. read more

Groupon Goods
$43.80 $15.99

These wildflowers are as beautiful as they are functional. Flowers are specially selected to keep deer and other wildlife at bay. ...Mix is filled with a wide array of colors in perennials and annuals. See description for a full list of blooms. Size:... read more

The Dirty Gardener
$28.50

Deer Resistant Mix. A mix of flowers that deer tend to NOT want to eat. BLOOM PERIOD: Achillea millefolium. White Yarrow. PW12-36'...S, Aquilegia vulgaris Columbine PW/B/R/V18-24'Sp-S,Centaurea cyanus Bachelor Button AB24-36'S,Clarkia amoena Godetia... read more

$99.99

• giant, fragrant blooms that last all summer • hard to find tree variety is very low maintenance • deer resistant- they can't sta...nd the sweet smell! This Gardenia Variety Blooms for Months August Beauty is the longest-blooming gardenia you can find. In fact, they call it "August Beauty" because it's in full bloom throughout the summer, and even into fall... a time when other varieties quit blooming. It's like a miniature flower factory! It is also low maintenance. It is drought-tolerant, so you don't have to baby it in order to get a glossy green tree smothered in blooms! It Took Us 3 Years to Train Your Trees- They're Finally Ready for You We've done the hard part for you. These trees are hard to find because they take so long to grow, but they're ready for you now. We've even staked them! Picture-perfect glossy leaves grow on densely packed branches. The white, velvety flowers grow 3 inches wide. The petals have a habit of curling under, which gives them a pretty flair. This gardenia is gorgeous enough to take center stage in your outdoor living area. Sweet Smelling Blooms You don't get an overpowering scent like gardenia perfume. The flowers have a sweet fragrance. One tree gives you enough blooms for your entire house! One bloom can fill up a room with its sweet scent. The flowers are great for "floating," too. Fill up a bowl with water and have a few blooms "float" for a long-lasting air freshener. These Trees Look Great Anywhere You Put Them! Pot them up in containers and they'll look great on your patio. Put them near doors, so every time you walk in and out, you're greeted with their fragrance. Plant your August Beauty Gardenia Tree as accent to set off the corners of your home, or in groups of three. You can even put them in pretty pots to flank either side of your home's entryway. If you're planting in the ground, make sure you're in zones 7-9. If you're potting it up as a patio tree, it will thrive anywhere in the country. These are hard to find trees. Since they take so long to grow, we have a limited supply every year, and they always sell out. Be sure to order yours now while they're still in stock! read more

KVan Bourgondien
$13.00 $9.75

Buy Wholesale - As Low As $1.95 Per Plant - Here's a flowering perennial that loves the shade! Carefree and bright, the picotee-ed...ged blooms of this begonia mix lighten up darkened borders, tree-covered gardens, wooded areas and hanging baskets on patios or porches. Each white or yellow camellia-like flower is large—up to 6" across—with deep pink-red trim. Plus, they bloom for months from midsummer until the first frost of fall. Easy to grow and deer resistant. 5-6 cm bulbs. Lift in fall in zones 3-7. read more

KVan Bourgondien
$15.00 $11.25

Buy Wholesale - As Low As $2.25 Per Plant - Prolific BloomersDelightful mix of pink, salmon and lilac dahlias creates a showy disp...lay in the front of sunny borders, edging a walkway, near patios and in containers. Growing just 12-18" tall, these dazzling, colorful dahlias produce lots of 4", fully double flowers from summer to frost. Like other dahlias, the sun-loving border dahlias are easy to grow and deer resistant. No. 1 clumps. Lift in fall in zones 3-7. read more

Burpee
$19.95

Rich burgundy pink buds open in late winter to reveal green-tinted ivory petals that age to rose. The vigorous and hardy hellebore..., or "Lenten rose", blooms in the winter and early spring garden before other plants awaken. Highly deer resistant, too. read more

SH
$19.99 $13.99

Properties that feature moist, acidic soils or better yet, a nearby pond or other body of water are perfect for this gorgeous Japa...nese Iris. Nicely ruffled flowers feature deep purple petals with bright white sanding and vivid yellow centers. Planted in groups of five or three near the water's edge, Angel Mountain adds swathes of cool color to the entire area. Your landscape will look as if it's been professionally designed. Moist garden beds and borders come alive with this colorful iris—it thrives where other perennials cannot. Use them in floral arrangements or bouquets for indoor enjoyment. Attracts butterflies; deer resistant. Bareroot. Iris ensata 'Angel Mountain'Perennial •Z3-9 •H30-36"xW20" •Mid to Late summer •Sun read more

Breck's
$99.96 $44.99

Helleborus—Winter's most colourful guests! Spotting richly hued blooms and evergreen foliage against the bleak backdrop of winter ...is a welcome and rare sight indeed! The very first flowers of the season, helleborus (or hellebores) are a must-have for shady spots and patio pots, because they provide colour and interest when everything else is still enjoying its winter hibernation. Known as the harbingers of spring, helleborus are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, which is how they got their common name, Lenten roses. Years of careful breeding has produced an even rarer type of helleborus with showy, double blooms that face upward on sturdy stems—these are helleborus like you've never seen before! The 2½-3½" flowers are larger than most, and are held atop strong, non-drooping stems that can reach up to 24" tall. These long-lived plants are reliable and deer resistant, so they'll keep coming back year after year without fail.Enjoy Three Months of Colourful Blooms Experienced gardeners know that helleborus are the perfect choice for extending the blooming season, since they produce colourful flowers as early as January in some zones—and keep looking fresh until other spring flowers take their place. But what many don't know is that the colourful "petals" are actually leaf-like sepals, which is how the blooms are able to stay "frozen in time." This exciting double helleborus collection will perk up your winter landscape year after year, keeping its exquisite colour for up to 12 weeks! This collection includes 1 each of following varieties: True Love: Pretty maroon red petals deepen to dark merlot on the edges. A must-have for winter bouquets! Confetti Cake: Wedding-white flowers feature unexpected burgundy speckles that complement the darker varieties in the collection. First Dance: Packed with petals in varying shades of yellow, with a maroon picotee edge and veining. Dark and Handsome Rich maroon black blooms really pop against the bleak and sometimes snowy winter landscape. read more

Burpee
$17.95

Nodding, double-flowers in a raspberry mauve appear in late winter when little else shows life. The vigorous and hardy Lenten rose... blooms in the winter and early spring garden before other plants awaken. Highly deer resistant, too. read more

SH
$12.99 $9.09

Compact and neat, this clumping perennial is perfect for providing color and interest to the front of a seasonal border or mixed g...arden bed. Decorative containers, too, can be enhanced by the addition of scabiosa's pincushion-shaped blooms. Very easy to grow and maintain, Butterfly Blue prefers a full sun spot in which to thrive. Showy 2½" flowers of soft lavender-blue appear all summer long above 12" tall mounds of rosette-type foliage. They lure beneficial pollinators, such as butterflies, to the garden throughout the entire growing season. Very hardy and long lasting. Deer resistant and drought tolerant. Grows to 12" wide. Ships in 2" pot. Scabiosa columbaria read more

Breck's
$64.95 $48.71

Blooming from early to late spring, this collection allows you to add new interest and perhaps a touch of whimsy to any sunny or p...artially shaded spot in your garden. The perfume of these specimens is divine, and the colourful blooms last a long time, making them an optimal choice for cut-flower arrangements and bouquets.Pink daffodils have been cultivated for some time, yet obtaining a complete set of the best varieties has never been easy—until now. Breck's® growers in Holland have reserved a quantity of five of the most coveted pink daffodils currently grown—including award winners recognized as exemplary by the horticultural societies of Holland and Great Britain. All five of these charming and delightful daffodils, plus a special free gift, can be yours for the asking through our Pink Daffodil Collection. Deer ResistantAbout Pink Daffodils... Please note that the blooms of many pink daffodil varieties start out apricot, yellow or white, then gradually turn pink. Flower colour can also vary depending on weather conditions in a given year. This is perfectly normal. Carefree Colour and Fragrance that Keeps Coming Back!If you're a busy gardener (and who isn't these days?), you can rest assured that these superior, vigorous bulbs require little care. Simply plant them, and then enjoy their annual show for years to come. Several of the varieties naturalize well, too, so you can look forward to sublime drifts of pink and white across your spring yard. This collection includes 5 each of the following varieties. Pink Radiance - Lush, full 4" blooms are composed of white petals surrounding clusters of shorter pink inner petals. One of the newest, most outstanding double daffodils. A must for every garden! Flowers appear in mid to late spring atop 16-18" stalks and last 15 days or longer! This is one of our favourite varieties for mixed borders, but looks equally well grouped together. A superb cut flower. Romance - One of the most decorated daffodils of them all, Romance has received four Awards of Merit from the U.K.'s Royal Horticultural Society. A unique variety, it sports a short, funnel-shaped, loosely ribbed cup of bright pink with darker flushes. Our preferred use is in borders mixed with other daffodils, tulips and hyacinths. Blooms in mid spring. Reaches 16-18" in height. Pink Charm - A must for every garden. The pink-rimmed, soft white cup is surrounded by beautifully formed, overlapping, pure white outer petals. Sensational 3-4" blooms atop 16-18" stalks. The first in our collection to bloom, Pink Charm flowers in early to mid spring.Accent - The first true pink daffodil to be introduced, Accent won the Award of Garden Merit in 1995. It features a prominent, funnel-shaped cup of pink to salmon with a frilly rim. Snow white perianth surrounds the trumpet. Excellent for naturalizing. Our choice use is drift planting. Accent grows 16-18" on sturdy stems. Blooms in mid spring.Mon Cherie - A captivating large-cupped variety with beautiful 4" blooms; demure white petals surround a ruffled pink cup. Maintains its colouring throughout a long blooming period. Multiplies each year for full-bed excitement. Gracefully achieves 16-18" in height. Blooms in mid spring. Excellent choice for bouquets.FREE GIFT! 5 CHROMACOLOR DAFFODILS.The quintessential pink daffodil, and also the largest, award-winning Chromacolor is your free gift when you order our Pink Daffodil Collection. The extrawide corona of deep coral is framed by large, white petals to form near 5" blooms soaring atop 18-20" stems. And while most daffodils fade over the blooming period, the pink colour of Chromacolor actually deepens! read more

KVan Bourgondien
$15.50 $11.63

Buy Wholesale - As Low As $0.12 Per Plant - Showy and Colorful Cut FlowersThis colorful mix includes the finest varieties of gladi...olus for commercial cut-flower growers. The colors selected include deep red, pink, white, yellow, lavender, green, orange and purple. The showy funnel-shaped flowers bloom from the bottom to the top of the spike and provide beautiful, long-lasting color in floral arrangements. Gladioli are also ideal for the back of a sunny border where they will rise and shine above lower-growing perennials and annuals. Deer resistant and easy to grow, gladiolus can be planted in rows for easy cutting. Or, for a showy effect, group them together in the back borders. 10-12 cm bulbs. Lift in fall in zones 3-7. read more

Burpee
$13.95

Masses of red trumpet shaped blooms cover this native honeysuckle vine beginning in late spring and continuing through autumn. A f...ast grower, it's also deer resistant and a hummingbird favorite! read more

Burpee
$16.95

Grow 'Painted Bunting' for its brightening effect in the shade garden. Single blooms are blush white, with full brushstrokes of bu...rgundy, outlining veins and edges. Slightly upturned blooms are a sight to behold, especially in spring when gardens have barely awakened. Leathery, evergreen foliage form reliable ground covers. Deer resistant. read more

SH
$19.99 $13.99

Soft plumes of pink are offset by green, fern-like foliage. Plants stay attractive throughout the growing season and have the adde...d benefit of deer resistance. Excellent when used for mass planting. read more

KVan Bourgondien
$13.50 $10.13

Buy Wholesale - As Low As $2.03 Per Plant - Huge Flowers in Delightful Mix of ColorsTruly incredible, dahlias are the ultimate sho...wstopper in the garden. This Giant Dinnerplate Dahlia Mix, with its huge flower size—blooms literally the size of a dinner plate—is sure to impress. Growing 36-48" tall, they make an ideal focal point in the backs of borders. This mix contains an array of colors that are sure to be impressive in the garden as well as fresh flower displays. The dinnerplate dahlias are a favorite cut flower. Deer resistant and easy to grow, it's easy to see why dahlias are a favorite in the sunny garden. Dahlias take little to no special effort to grow, yet will flower all season long until the first frost. No. 1 clumps. Lift in fall in zones 3-7. read more

Burpee
$16.95

This uniquely colored single hellebore is dramatic in apple green, edged with rose red. The brushstrokes are evenly painted along ...each broad tepal, the pattern forming extraordinary flowers unlike any other hellebore. In late winter, blooms emerge from barren ground, a prelude to spring. Clean, rich green, nicely lobed leaves are very attractive through the seasons. Hellebores make excellent ground covers and are deer resistant. Plant in groups with ferns, Bleeding Hearts and other shade perennials. read more

SH
$24.99 $17.49

Welcome spring with warm apricot blossoms with rosy pink reverses. Part of the Honeymoon series developed by Hans Hanson, Sandy Sh...ores has 2½-3" single cup flowers that bloom for up to six weeks—even when there's snow on the ground. Hellebores, or Lenten Roses, are often called the harbingers of spring. Easy to grow and deer resistant, they're a favorite for shaded areas and woodland gardens. Sandy Shores has glossy, green leathery leaves that are evergreen in warmer climates. Ships in 3" pot. Helleborus HONEYMOON™ series 'Sandy Shores'Perennial •Z5-9 •H18-24"xW18-24" •Late Winter to Mid Spring •Shade-Part Shade read more

KVan Bourgondien
$10.00 $7.50

Buy Wholesale - As Low As $1.50 Per Plant - Perfect for Late-Season ColorDon't let the delicate-looking flowers fool you. Cyclamen... is a hardy, easy-to-grow perennial. Our Hardy Cyclamen adds colorful blooms and foliage to the late season garden. This shade-loving perennial has 1", deep rose-pink flowers that open in late summer and fall. Its handsome, mottled heart-shaped leaves remain long after the flowers have passed and provide color to the winter garden. A popular shade perennial, Hardy Cyclamen (Cyclamen hederifolium) is ideal for containers, shade and rock gardens, woodland borders and for use as a ground cover. It is deer resistant and grows up to 10" tall. Leave the hardy tubers in the ground for increased beauty in following years. 13-15 cm bulbs. read more

Burpee
$10.95

Great plants all around, sedum Sunsparkler Lime Zinger is quick growing, deer resistant, draught and heat tolerant and winter hard...y to zone 4. Succulent leaves are lime green edged in red, and the plants bloom with pretty pink flowers. Once established the plants thrive in poor soil, long dry spells and harsh weather. Great selection for use in containers with other succulents and annuals for texture. read more

Burpee
$17.95

This double-flowered hellebore opens like a rose, revealing deep rose-pink flecks that offer added interest. The bright pink, fril...led flowers open from plump buds that hover over glossy clumps of foliage. Clean, rich green, nicely lobed leaves are very attractive through the seasons. Hellebores make excellent ground covers and are deer resistant. read more

Breck's
$11.99 $5.99

Wildfire scarlet blooms with prominent black markings that will make you sigh with admiration.Despite their delicate appearance, O...riental poppies are extremely hardy—to a temperature of -30°F. They do well in almost any soil and tolerate dry spells. While they love the sun, they are not averse to light shade, so they are a great addition to borders and beds in many areas of the garden. Poppies are bothered by almost no pests and are quite deer resistant. Best of all, poppies are extremely long-lived. Plant them this year and you will enjoy their blooms for many seasons to come! Papaver orientale read more

Michigan Bulb Company
$4.99 $2.99

Elegant white daisylike flowers wave above the dark green foliage from late summer to fall. The 2-3" white flowers have striking y...ellow center stamens. Deer resistant and easy to grow, Honorine Jobert Japanese Anemone provides a nice transition from late summer to fall. The Perennial Plant Association chose this outstanding perennial, also called a windflower, as its 2016 Plant of the Year because it's suitable for a wide range of climatic conditions, is low maintenance and exhibits good pest and disease resistance. Honorine Jobert Japanese Anemone is a good choice for borders, cottage gardens and woodland gardens. It also makes an attractive cut flower. read more

Michigan Bulb Company
$19.99 $9.74

Soft plumes of pink are offset by green, fern-like foliage. Plants stay attractive throughout the growing season and have the adde...d benefit of deer resistance. Excellent when used for mass planting. read more

Michigan Bulb Company
$5.99 $4.49

Eye-catching butter yellow blooms open on sturdy stems, creating a warm summer display in the garden. Easy to grow and deer resist...ant, crocosmia thrive in hot sun and gritty, well-drained soil. The flowers are a showy addition to fresh floral bouquets. read more

$44.99

Most Popular for Hedges Drought Tolerant, Deer Resistant Stays in any Shape You Prune it These Tough, Large-growing Shrubs Make a ...Great Tall Hedge Drought tolerant, deer resistant and evergreen - no wonder American Boxwood has been a top hedging choice for centuries! Slowly growing to a dense bush 10-12 feet tall, it can easily be pruned to any height or shape you desire, which also makes it an excellent choice for a topiary, if you are so inclined. Though a hungry deer will eat most anything, Boxwood is on the last page of their menu, so damage is unlikely. Long-Lived and Undemanding, They Have Stood the Test of Time! Boxwood was included in the gardens of Thomas Jefferson, and was popular in Europe even earlier. It was planted on many historic estates, and no Victorian garden was complete without a planting of boxwood! Its dense foliage, slow growth and propensity to live 75 to 100 years or more have kept it popular over the years, as well as its versatility in the landscape. Makes a Great Hedge, Screen, Topiary or Foundation Planting Since it can be pruned heavily and eventually becomes quite large, this long-lived plant is an excellent choice for a tall hedge or foundation planting, though its eventual height should be considered when choosing a location. American Boxwood is also a favorite for topiary use, which requires a dense habit and the ability to grow well after shearing. And it is very useful for outlining a parking area or screening a private space, as well as providing a background for perennials or blooming plants. Growing Tips: Though American Boxwood will grow in full sun to full shade, it prefers dappled shade, especially in the afternoon; full sun can scorch the leaves in summer, and full shade will make the plant leggy as it stretches for light. For most lush growth, plant in moist but well-drained soil, though it will survive drought periods with no problem. Mulch each year with bark or compost to protect its rather shallow root system and conserve water. Boxwood takes pruning well, but wait until after danger of frost in the late spring before cutting. The plants will stay dense to the ground if you leave the bottoms a little wider than the tops, so sun can reach the lower branches. read more

$49.99

• bright red blooms that last for months! • one tough tree- resists disease, insects, and even mildew • instantly adds rare color ...to your landscape • extremely cold hardy- zones 6-9 "True Red" Blooms are Rare on Trees, So It's Kind of a Big Deal This is the fastest way to get incredible, bright-red blooms in your yard. Just like the name says, this crape myrtle shoots up like a rocket- some growers have reported up to 5 feet of growth in one year! These are fast growing trees that give you amazing red blooms that last for months. Vibrant Color that Lasts 110 Days From late spring to early fall, your yard will be dazzled with ruby red clusters of flowers. The Red Rocket also produces unique fall foliage, making it an attractive tree all year long. Fast Growing but Compact, so it Fits Almost Anywhere Thriving in growing zones 6-9, this stunning tree can grow to be 20-30 ft. high and 15-20 ft. wide. Like other crape myrtles, the Red Rocket loves to be in the sun and well-drained soil. This flowering tree is deer resistant and drought tolerant, making it extremely easy to grow. Use the Red Rocket Crape Myrtle as a centerpiece in a garden or flower bed, plant several in a row along your driveway, or use it in a mixed border. Looks Great as a Flowering Privacy Screen Red Rocket crape myrtles are very attractive when planted in rows. You see them often used lining property, as a privacy screen, or planted along a driveway. When in full bloom, it looks like the trees are on fire! Very Cold Hardy- All the Way to Zone 6! These trees are very cold hardy, surviving in northern areas that others cannot. In fact, this is the most cold-hardy red crape myrtle you'll find! Thrives in growing zones 6-9. read more

$24.99

• Very Reliable - You Can Count on Months of Blooms Every Year! • Hardy, Disease-Resistant and Deer Don’t Bother It • Makes a Frag...rant, Colorful Hedge or Specimen Now You Can Enjoy the Beauty and Fragrance of Lilacs Spring Through Fall! This modern Lilac not only has the traditional dainty, fragrant blooms that have made Lilacs so popular, it also has the amazing ability to keep producing blooms during the summer and fall. Its heavy spring bloom will perfume your garden; then the plant rests a bit, begins reblooming in summer and just keeps on until stopped by frost. Though these later panicles of bloom are not as abundant or large as in the soft lilac-purple blooms of spring, their color is richer, especially when nights are cooler. Each Stem Produces Flowers, So You’ll Have 100’s of Blooms Since every branch produces blooms, as long as the plant is actively growing, you will keep having new blooms. They are most attractively displayed on slender stems that arch gracefully at the ends. Healthy, Hardy, Easy to Grow, and Deer-Resistant, too! Bloomerang forms a compact, upright plant only 4-5 feet tall and a bit narrower, so a line of them makes a lovely colorful hedge. It also shines in the back of the border, providing color when other plants have given out. More disease resistant than most Lilacs, it is quite easy to grow, and is attractive to everyone but deer! Growing Tips: You don’t have to prune it to get it to rebloom, but a light shearing after spring bloom will give you a fuller plant and more blooms later. This Lilac grows best in fertile garden soil and it needs good drainage, so adding a generous amount of compost (aged leaves and organic matter) to your hole when you plant will help your Bloomerang get off to a good start. read more

$49.99

• amazing flurry of bright pink blooms covers the entire bush • reblooms, so you get flowers from May until frost • this plant tak...es care of itself- no need to deadhead spent blooms The Most Blooms Ever for a Weigela Shrub You get brilliant waves of vibrant pink flowers starting in May. But the show doesn't stop- it's a rebloomer, so the color keeps coming until the first frost of the year! It's the strongest reblooming weigela variety ever developed- you get hundreds of flowers! Looks Great Almost Anywhere You'll see these in high end neighborhoods as a colorful flowering hedge... but they also look great in garden beds, or near the foundation of your home. They grow to a height of just 4-5 feet, so these plants will fit almost anywhere. They even look great in containers! Perfect for the Lazy Gardener- No Maintenance Needed! These plants are fast growing, but easy to maintain. No deadheading required. They're cold hardy, deer resistant, and very adaptable to a variety of soil types. Thrives in zones 4-8. read more

$59.99

Hidcote Lavender is so popular because of its: •  Sweet fragrance •  Brilliant color •  Low-maintenance •  Looks great anywhere Pe...rfume for the Yard and Beyond Hidcote Lavender gives you an abundance of purple blooms that will fill up your yard with color and fragrance. Very Versatile- Enjoy it a Number of Ways You can cut some of your stems and put them in a vase for an indoor air-freshener. You can even dry it out to make potpourri. Just be sure you have enough- we recommend planting in groups of 3 or 5. Looks Great Anywhere You often see lavender as border plants or in containers on patios. They're even drought tolerant, deer resistant... and they repel mosquitoes! Simple to Grow and Maintain Your Hidcote Lavender requires little maintenance. Prune a little after it flowers to encourage bushy growth. read more

$49.99

Lenten Rose (Helleborus orientalis) is not a true rose, but is so-named to reflect its flowers' resemblance to single-flowering ro...ses. Evergreen plants are covered in cup-shaped blooms that enliven the late-winter to early-spring garden before most flowers haven't yet awakened from their winter's nap. Here's a true winner for your garden -- evidenced by the host of attributes that earned Lenten Rose the coveted Perennial Plant of the Year award in 2005! Hard-to-Find Foliage/Flower Combination 1. Long-lasting flowers. Flowers resemble nodding buttercups because Lenten Rose is in the buttercup plant family (Ranunculaceae). The colors include shades of white, pink, rose and purple. Typically, the flowers open in shades of white or greenish-white and change to deeper colors. Lenten Rose has a long bloom season -- flowers remain on the plants for up to two months. Shade-tolerant. Plants are not only adapted to shady locations, but they thrive in low-light garden spots. Deer-resistant. Lenten Rose is not a favorite of deer -- they pass by these plants and leave them undamaged. Find the Perfect Spot Christmas Rose is an outstanding performer in your shade garden. Use it in the transition zone between a sunny yard and a wooded area, where it's also at home in the woodland garden. You can even incorporate Christmas Rose into your cottage garden, where it is sure to be one of the earliest-blooming plants! Simple Care with Outstanding Results Christmas Rose requires little care for adding big value to your garden: • Sun. Filtered sun or shade is best. • Soil. Rich soil that's amended with organic matter, such as compost, is ideal. • Water. Slightly moist is optimal, although Christmas Rose can handle slightly dry conditions. An exception is new plants that need to be watered regularly to keep the soil moist, which supports their newly developing root system. • Fertilizer. Plants typically have low fertilization needs, but they benefit from a light application of a controlled-released fertilizer in spring. • Pruning. You won't need to prune Christmas Rose to keep the plants flowering each year, but if you remove the large, older leaves in late winter, you'll be able to see more of the flowers. • Weeding. Christmas rose will re-seed (without becoming invasive), producing tiny plants around the parent plants. Be careful when pulling weeds so you don't remove these seedlings. They'll grow slowly, sometimes taking three years to produce flowers, but the result is a thicker, fuller garden area with an abundance of blooms. read more

$59.99

Periwinkle (Vinca minor) is covered in spring with brilliant periwinkle-blue flowers and it often re-blooms throughout the summer.... For challenging or problem spots in your yard or garden, such as banks or shady areas, Periwinkle offers a fast-growing solution. Individual plants form a solid groundcover that helps stop erosion on steep slopes or fills in bare, shady spots where other plants won’t grow. Durable and Colorful 1. Fast-growing. You won’t have to wait years for Periwinkle to form a continuous groundcover. If you space individual plants 12 inches apart, they’ll grow together within two years. 2. Blue flowers. As one of the most coveted flower colors, periwinkle-blue is produced in abundance on Periwinkle plants! 3. Deer-resistant. How frustrating to try and grow a groundcover, only to have hungry deer turn it into a patchy or bare spot. Deer leave Periwinkle alone, so you’ll enjoy a solid mat of leaves wherever you want an evergreen cover. Choose the Planting Site Carefully One of Periwinkle’s best qualities – its fast-growing habit – can sometimes overwhelm a landscape. Although it excels as a groundcover, its robust growth may invade nearby flower beds or turfgrass areas. Plant Periwinkle where it has room to grow without becoming invasive. Banks and slopes that need erosion control are good spots. An area where you want to replace turfgrass with an evergreen groundcover that doesn’t need mowing is another prime location for Periwinkle. Very Little Care Needed Periwinkle is a true low-maintenance plant that almost thrives on neglect. • Sun. Periwinkle prospers in full sun, although it handles shady locations with ease. • Soil. Not fussy about the type of soil, Periwinkle grows faster in rich soil but is tolerant of poor soil. • Water. Water plants regularly after you plant them to help their root systems become established. In future years, natural rainfall is typically sufficient. • Fertilizer. You only need to fertilize Periwinkle once in spring if your soil is poor. Soils with average or good fertility can easily sustain plants. • Pruning. Occasional shearing or mowing may be desired to keep plants in check. read more

$49.99

The Thuja Green Giant is a rare hybrid, designed to be the fastest growing evergreen. It was the hands-down winner in the Tree Cat...egory of the coveted 2007 Georgia Gold Medal Award, after receiving stellar reviews from a rigorous three-year evaluation and field testing process. Recommended by nursery and landscape professionals, horticulturists, university professors and cooperative extension staff, Thuja Green Giant is an award-winning gem you can plant with confidence in your landscape. • Evergreen - dense, dark-green foliage that grows to ground level • Fast-growing - quickly forms a hedge or screen • Disease- and deer-resistant - just plant it and let it grow! Although Thuja Green Giant rises quickly to meet a myriad of landscaping goals, its versatility is also matched by its ease of care. This is a tree that keeps its balanced shape without requiring pruning, and it doesn't need a spray regimen to keep it disease-free. Deer leave it alone, so you won't have to worry about having a ragged tree caused by hungry browsers. Appearance Evergreen trees vary widely in their form, growth habit, foliage shape and color. Thuja Green Giant is an arborvitae that naturally grows in a pyramidal shape, wider at the base than at the top. Branches are fern-shaped, with flat scale-like leaves, and the soft foliage is richly colored in dark-green. Thuja Green Giant is one of the fastest-growing evergreens. Healthy trees have an exceptional growth rate of three feet (or more) each year. The Perfect Privacy Hedge Thuja Green Giant is the ultimate plant for a tall privacy hedge. Not only does this tree have a phenomenal growth rate, its foliage grows so thickly that you can't see through the branches. And because the branches grow all the way to the ground without having the open base that other evergreens have, you'll enjoy your yard or garden in complete privacy away from the prying eyes of your neighbors or traffic from a busy street. Plant a single row of trees, or install a double-staggered row as an extra buffer. Living Fence Municipal codes and HOA by-laws prohibit construction of fencing over a certain height. But if you plant Thuja Green Giant along your property lines, this "living fence" will exceed the restricted height of constructed fencing. A one-time purchase of Thuja Green Giant trees to form a living fence far outlasts the cost of building a wooden privacy fence, which eventually has to be repaired and/or replaced. Green Screen You may not need a solid privacy hedge or living fence to outline your property boundaries, but you can also use Thuja Green Giant to block the view of an unsightly object in or outside of your yard. You can plant only one tree, or just a few trees, to grow a "green screen" that hides an unattractive home, business or landscape beyond the confines of your yard. Windbreak Buffer Protection from winter winds minimizes soil erosion and lowers your heating costs. The height and density of the plants you install are key considerations for effective windbreaks. Thuja Green Giant covers both these bases with a height that can reach 60 feet and thick ground-to-top foliage. Plant a row of trees at a 45-degree angle to the prevailing wind direction for optimal protection. Specimen Plant Some yards are too small to accommodate the large size of multiple Thuja Green Giant trees. An option is to plant a single tree as a specimen plant, placing it slightly off-center to the front of your home. Its geometric shape in the form of a pyramid nicely contrasts with other landscape plants, and it makes a perfect living holiday tree you can feature in winter. If you string holiday lights throughout the tree, you won't be pierced by sharp needles because Thuja Green Giant has soft read more

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The Silver Dollar Eucalyptus Tree is so popular because... • It fills up your whole yard with a delightful fragrance • Grows up to... 6-8 feet per year! • Is perfect for cut arrangements around your home • Resists diseases and repels pests! • Is one tough tree- Drought-Tolerant, Deer-Resistant & Very Adaptable Colorful & Fragrant The Eucalyptus Tree's silvery blue foliage is very unique, and fills your whole yard with a sweet aroma. Many people enjoy bringing this fragrance indoors with beautiful cut arrangements... just snip off a few branches and bring them inside. Very popular with florists! The fragrance from the tree is present in your yard year round. You even get white spring flowers! A Natural Pest Repellent Perfect for pet owners! The eucalyptus scent is sweet to us, but fleas and ticks hate it! We're finding more and more pet owners who swear that their eucalyptus tree repels the pests that annoy their pets. You can even clip off a few branches and place them where your pets sleep for a chemical-free pest repellent. Very Drought-Tolerant and Deer-Resistant The Eucalyptus Tree is one of the few evergreen shade trees you can find. It is very fast growing, and adds color to your landscape all year long. It's low maintenance, will adapt to different soil types and climates, and is resistant to pests and disease. Once it is established in your soil, you won't have to worry about watering it. The Eucalyptus is right at home in desert conditions and thrives on neglect. Be Sure You Order Healthy, Advanced Trees We know you don't want to wait years to enjoy beauty in your yard. Your new Silver Dollar Eucalyptus Tree will arrive in great shape, ready to make an immediate impact in your landscape. Just plant your Eucalyptus tree and enjoy watching it grow. read more

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If your thoughts of ferns bring to mind only green plants, you can paint a different mental image with the Japanese Painted Fern (...Athyrium niponicum). Earning the coveted Perennial Plant Association’s Award in 2004, Japanese Painted Fern outshone the competition because of its strikingly colorful stems and fronds. Brushed with metallic shades of silver, blue and burgundy, Japanese Painted Fern’s foliage contrasts with reddish stems for a color combination that’s unrivaled in the garden. Triple the Impact 1. Color. If you never thought of using a foliage plant (instead of a flowering plant) to add color to your shade garden, Japanese Painted Fern gives you a new design option! 2. Rabbit- and deer-resistant. Many garden plants in rural areas suffer damage from hungry deer and rabbits, but Japanese Painted Fern is not a favorite for these visitors. 3. Heat-resistant. Summer heat – even in the shade – can damage other ferns and cause them to crisp and turn brown. Japanese Painted Fern is heat-resistant, which means the fronds keep their unusual coloration from spring through fall. A Shady Character for Your Garden Under shade, many plants are hard to see against brown tree trunks, brown soil and green groundcovers. But Japanese Painted Fern stands out against this typically drab landscape with its silvery, shimmering leaves. Use plants to brighten a shady border garden by spacing individually or grouping in clumps of three plants. Plant Japanese Painted Fern as a groundcover under trees or as an edging to a walkway through a woodland garden. In pots, Japanese Painted Fern is a superior container plant. Simple Needs Japanese Painted Fern is a deciduous plant that will grow into a clump without becoming invasive. Simple care tips include: • Sun. Keep these ferns out of direct sun, which can burn their fronds. As an understory plant, filtered sunlight through the canopies of taller plants is ideal. • Soil. Japanese Painted Ferns prosper in moist, humus-rich soils that are well amended with organic matter. • Water. Water plants regularly to maintain consistently moist soil. • Fertilizer. Fertilize during the growing season with an all-purpose fertilizer to keep the plants healthy and the colors vibrant. • Pruning. You won’t need to groom plants during the summer, but cut and remove the dead foliage after it dies in fall. read more

OnlinePlantCenter
$19.49

Part of the Wood Aster series, this deer resistant perennial has compact, mounding clumps of glossy, dark green leaves. The true b...eauty occurs in late summer when small, semi double, bluish purple, yellow centered flowers appear in profusion atop the... read more

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Move over, ho-hum green groundcovers -- Black Scallop Ajuga (Ajuga reptans ‘Binblasca’ BLACK SCALLOP) is a striking alternative! I...ts near-black foliage provides a contrasting backdrop for the violet flowers that bloom in spring. The dense and spreading habit of Black Scallop Ajuga fills in bare garden spots as it hugs the ground like a colorful carpet. Fragrant Flowers & Fantastic Foliage 1. Maroon-purple foliage. The leaves are textural as well as colorful. Sporting scalloped edges, the deep-purplish leaves remain on evergreen plants year-round to keep your garden lush and full. 2. Fragrant violet flowers. The flowers form along spikes that are held above the leaves, making Black Scallop Ajuga a real attention-grabber in the garden. 3. Deer-resistant. Deer are not attracted to the fragrant flowers or the succulent foliage. Even hungry rabbits leave plants alone. A Groundcover Problem-Solver As Black Scallop Ajuga spreads by above-ground stems called stolons, it forms a dense groundcover mat that functions as a living mulch cover for your garden plants, crowding out weeds and conserving ground moisture. The root system holds the soil in place and the foliage acts as a shock absorber for rain, which helps Black Scallop Ajuga control erosion on slopes or banks. In low-light areas where it’s a challenge to grow grass, Black Scallop Ajuga is a turfgrass alternative. So Easy to Care For Caring for Black Scallop Ajuga is a breeze using these few tips: • Sun. Although foliage color is enhanced by sun, plants are also shade-tolerant. Sites that receive part sun and part shade are optimal. • Soil. Moist, but not overly wet, soils support the best growth. Plant in soil that drains well. In low-lying areas that hold standing water after heavy rains, crown rot may be a problem. • Water. If you plant Black Scallop Ajuga underneath trees, the canopies may prevent sufficient rainwater from reaching plants. When establishing new plants, be sure to keep the soil moist. • Pruning. You don’t have to prune your plants, but if you want to rejuvenate the foliage, cut it to the ground after it flowers in spring. read more

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If you thought watermelon was only for eating, you haven’t seen the watermelon-colored flowers of Infinitini Watermelon Dwarf Crap...e Myrtle! The Infinitini series of crape myrtles has been carefully bred as a solution for smaller urban yards that cannot support the larger growth of conventional crape myrtle shrubs and trees. Reaching a maximum height of only 4 feet (with an equal spread), the Infinitini Watermelon Dwarf Crape Myrtle packs a punch of color in a tidy package. For Rural or Urban Gardens • Deer-resistant. Deer will munch on real watermelons, but they leave Infinitini Watermelon Dwarf Crape Myrtle alone! This is icing on the cake for rural gardeners who find it challenging to grow flowering perennials without finding tattered remnants after hungry deer visit. • Watermelon-pink flowers. Infinitini Watermelon Dwarf Crape Myrtles bear flowers in an unusual shade of reddish-pink, which is most closely described as watermelon. • Compact shrub. “Compact” describes Infinitini Watermelon Dwarf Crape Myrtle’s growth habit; “mounding” is another description. It simply means that the growth is tight and dense, with an equal height and width. Designing Tips Even in sweltering summer heat when other flowering plants begin to fade, the Infinitini Watermelon Dwarf Crape Myrtle delivers a refreshing botanical slice of color as it continues to bloom throughout the season. Plant it where it will continue to enliven your yard or garden when earlier-blooming perennials reach their peak and begin to decline. As a container plant, Infinitini Watermelon Dwarf Crape Myrtle is a standout. Choose a heavy pot to support its top growth, use a soilless potting mix formulated for containers and place the plant where it’s a focal point. Crape Myrtle Culture Infinitini Watermelon Dwarf Crape Myrtles need the same care as larger crape myrtles: a full-sun site, plenty of water to help new plants become established and late-spring fertilization to maximize flower production. You’ll have to water container plants more often than in-ground plants; water thoroughly until the excess drains at the bottom. read more

Proven Winners
$27.56

Primo Black Pearl from Proven Winners has stunning black foliage with ruffled edges, rosy purple undersides, and white flowers tha...t bloom in mid-summer. This salt-tolerant heuchera grows well in both shade and sun. It is also deer resistant. read more

Southern Living Plant Collection
$14.33

Plum Yew Yewtopia is a versatile plant that can handle a large variety of landscape conditions. It can tolerate a wide range of so...il types and is heat tolerant, drought resistant, disease and pest resistant, and deer resistant. Yewtopia is an excellent... read more

Hirt's Gardens
$12.08

A total profusion of bloom over a long season is just the first two reasons to grow this exciting “Mountain Mint. DROUGHT TOLERANT..., DEER RESISTANT & highly scented of peppermint - ‘Blue Cloud' also creates a bushy compact 15” x 15” form clothed in tiny... read more

White Flower Farm
$7.95

A mounding annual that is deer resistant and heat tolerant, has scented foliage, and attracts butterflies and hummingbirds sounds ...like a plant you could use about anywhere. The vigorous Lantana Landmark series is ideal for large group plantings, but Rose Sunrise also looks lovely in a hanging basket, where its brightly colored dark rose-pink and yellow blossoms over deep green foliage can be appreciated up close. Prune back Lantanas after the first flush of flowers to shape them and prompt the formation of more buds. 'Balandrise' PP 19,151Hardiness Zone:1-13S/W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:18-24" Height:12-16" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$13.95

Milkweed plant - A genuine star whose unusually dense clusters of pale pink flowers open from dark pink buds. The vanilla-scented ...flowers last well in water and attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Plants are deer resistant and heat tolerant, too. Of the 200 species in the genus Asclepias, the best known are North American wildflowers. They have small, curiously shaped blooms that appear in dense clusters and are irresistible to butterflies.  For more information on the growing and care of Asclepias, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3-9S/W Blooms In:August July June Spacing:24-30" Height:3-5' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

Michigan Bulb Company
$9.74

Soft plumes of pink are offset by green, fern-like foliage. Plants stay attractive throughout the growing season and have the adde...d benefit of deer resistance. Excellent when used for mass planting. read more

White Flower Farm
$17.95

This member of the Butterfly Coneflower series produces sturdy, well-branched stems and an abundance of bold, rosy purple blossoms... on shorter plants. The petal tips shift to lighter pink as the flowers mature. Just right for small gardens or the front of flower beds, these bushy perennials are guaranteed to attract pollinators. PP 24,459 Echinacea, a North American genus in the Daisy family, has big, bright flowers that appear from late June until frost. Coneflowers thrive in average soils or hot, dry conditions and shrug off cold. Blooms last well, cut or dried, and the seeds in the large cone at the heart of the flower head provide nourishment for birds. Coneflowers are equally at home in formal borders or cottage gardens. Deer resistant. For more information on growing and care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4-8S/W Blooms In:August July June Spacing:15-18" Height:15-18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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