Do deer eat boxwood shrubs? Are marigolds deer-resistant? If they live nearby, these questions arise with regularity when adding to an existing garden or beginning anew. While your yard will never be 100% deer-proof, you can spend less time worrying about your plants becoming sustenance for these animals when you order deer-resistant shrubs from the impressive lineup at Nature Hills Nursery.
Browse only for the deer-resistant bushes for your planting zone using our USDA zone filters, choose sun exposure levels, or narrow the options by color and other options.
Family owned and operated since 2001, Nature Hills Nursery prides itself on meeting the needs of customers with an ever-growing collection of online plants backed by our product guarantee and protected by Plant Sentry™. Look through our helpful blog on deer-resistant plants, or browse our other options below:
All of our shrubs and plants are delivered safely to your home with instructions on planting, care and storage, so you can order knowing you’ll have exactly what you need.
You have a wide range of options for shrubs that deer won’t bother. Here are a couple of our most popular evergreens:
Enjoy colorful blooms and pleasant fragrances with these customer favorites:
Charles Joly Lilac: These magenta flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your yard, all while giving off a sweet aroma. They flourish in full sun in zones 3 through 7 and are disease resistant.
In most cases, the smell, taste, or texture of a plant is what makes deer avoid eating it. For example, the flowering Black Knight Butterfly Bush tastes terrible to deer and lures in butterflies as its namesake. As for scent, the strong aromas of certain flowering shrubs will be off-putting to deer and lend an inviting fragrance to your garden.our garden.