Deer-Resistant Plants in Connecticut
(Please be aware that when deer are hungry they can eat almost anything, which is why these are listed as deer-resistant, not deer-proof )

Bulbs
Allium Muscari
Anemone Chionodoxa Colchicum
Crocus Daffodil Eranthis Narcissus
Scilla      
Annuals & Biennials
Ageratum Ageratum Alcea (Hollyhock) Alyssum antirrhinum (snapdragon)
Celosia Centaurea Cleome Cosmos
Datura Dahlia Digitalis (Foxglove) Heliotrope
Herbs Ipomoea Larkspur Lobelia
Marigold Matthiola (Stock) Myosotis (forget-me-not) Nasturtium
Papaver (Poppy) Pelargonium (Geranium) Petunia Salvia
Senecio Snapdragons Verbena Zinnia
Perennials
Botanical Common Botanical Common
Achillea Yarrow Gypsophila Baby's Breath
Aconitum Monkshood Helleborus  
Allium Onions Herbs  
Alyssum Basket of Gold Heuchera Coral Bells
Amsonia Blue Milkweed Iberis Candytuft
Angelica   Iris most vars
Anthemis Golden Marguerite Kirengeshoma  
Anemone Windflower Lamium Dead Nettle
Asclepias Butterfly Weed Lavandula Lavender
Astilbe Plume Flower Liatris Gayfeather
Aquilegia canadensis Columbine Ligularia Ragwort
Artemisia Wormwood Linum Flax
Aruncus Goatsbeard Lupine  
Arisaema Jack in the Pulpit Lychnis Rose Campion
Baptisia False Indigo Macleaya Plume Poppy
Bergenia   Mint family all members
Boltonia Bolton's Aster Monarda Beebalm
Brunnera Siberian Bugloss Myosotis Forget Me Nots
Campanula carpatica Bellflower Nepeta Catmint
Centurea Bachelor Button Oenothera Sundrops
Chelone Turtlehead Paeonia Peony
Convallaria Lily of the Valley Papaver orientalis Poppy
Ceratosigma Plumbago Perovska Russian Sage
Coreopsis Tickseed Platycodon Balloon Flower
Dianthus Pinks Polemonium Jacob's Ladder
Dicentra Bleeding Heart Polygonum  
Dictamnus Gas Plant Primula japonica Primrose
Digitalis Foxglove Pulmonaria Lungwort
Echinacea Purple Coneflower Salvia Sage
Echinops Globe Thistle Santolina Lavender Cotton
Epimedium Barrenwort Saponaria Soapwort
Eupatorium Joe Pye Weed Sedum  
Euphorbia vars. Purple Spurge Stachys Lamb's Ears
Filipendula Meadowsweet Solidago Goldenrod
Ferns all varieties Thymus Thyme
Geum   Veronica Speedwell
Geranium Cranesbill Vinca Mrytle
Grasses most vars    
Trees & Shrubs
Botanical Common Botanical Common
Abies fraseri Fraser Fir Juniperus chinensis Chinese Juniper
Acer spp. & cvs Maple Kalmia latifolia Mt. Laurel
Amelanchier Shadowblow Kerria japonica Kerria
Arctostaphyllos Bearberry Leucothoe fontanesiana vars. Drooping Leucothoe
Aronia abutifolia Chokeberry Liquidambar styraciflua Sweet Gum
Berberis Barberry Lonicera Honeysuckle
Betula papyrifera Paper Birch Magnolia vars. Magnolia
Buxus vars. Boxwood Mahonia aquifolium Oregon Grapeholly
Caryopteris Blue Mist Shrub Myrica Bayberry
Cephalotaxus Japanese Plum Yew Nyssa sylvatica Black Gum
Chaenomeles spp. Quince Picea abies Norway Spruce
Chamaecyparis pisifera var.s Moss & Thradleaf Cypress Picea glauca White Spruce
Clethera Sweet Pepperbush Picea pungens Colorado Spruce
Cotinus Smokebush Pieris japonica vars. Japanese Andromeda
Cotoneaster Cotoneaster Pinus mugo Mugo Pine
Cornus florida Flowering Dogwood Pinus nigra Black Pine
Crataegus Hawthorne Pinus resinosa Red Pine
Cornus kousa Korean Dogwood Pinus sylvestris Scotts Pine
Cytisus Broom Potentilla Cinquefoil
Daphne Vars. Daphne Psuedotsuga menziesii Douglas Fir
Enkianthus camponalatus Redvein Quercus Oak
Fagus sylvatica European Beech Salix Willow
Forsythia Golden Forsythia Salix matsuclania tortuosa Corkscrew Willow
Gaultheria Wintergreen Sarcococca Sarcococca
Ginkgo biloba Ginkgo Spirea vars. Bridalwrealth
Hamamelis Witch Hazel Syringa vulgaris Lilac
Hypericum St. Johnswort Viburnum Viburnum
Ilex glabra Inkberry Vitex Chase Tree
Ilex opaca American Holly Weigela Weigela
Ground Covers
ajuga epimedium ferns  
lamium liriope Pachysandra  
Vinca minor Myrtle gallium odoratum Sweet Woodruff
Vines
Clematis euonymus hedge (Ivy)  
    lonicers Honeysuckle

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