(Soquel, CA; USA)
Another perennial you might add to the deer resistant list are Watsonia. I think that's what they're called.
We have upteen million of these and the deer leave them alone; after a couple years you can divide the plant and keep on going (which is why we have so many). They're great for cut flowers, and are heavy producers. Tall spikey leaves similar to Glad's, with tall stems with bell shaped flowers. Very pretty. They're not quite open yet or I'd attach a picture, the color's we know of are White, a bright Pink, an Orange and purplish tone.
From the webmaster: Thanks for the sugestion. Next time I update the chart I will include it.
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