Deer Resistant Plants

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  • Stachys officinalis Bishop’s wort, Betony Z 4-8

    Showy reddish-purple spikes of two-lipped tubes in May and June

    $10.25/bareroot

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    Stachys officinalis  Bishop’s wort, Betony Z 4-8
    Showy reddish-purple spikes of two-lipped tubes in May and June

    Size: 18-24” x 12-18” slowly spreading
    Care: sun in moist well-drained soil
    Native: Europe and Asia
    Wildlife Value: deer & walnut tolerant, attracts hummingbirds

    Once one of the most honored herbal medicines. Medicines were good if they had “as many virtues as Betony.” John Sauer, Colonial herbalist claimed “there is no illness brought on by cold in which Betony cannot be administered effectively.”

  • Tanacetum niveum Silver tansy, Snow tansy Z 5-9

    Profusion of small classic daisies May-July atop fragrant silver foliage

    $9.95/bareroot

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    Tanacetum niveum  Silver tansy, Snow tansy  Z 5-9
    Profusion of small classic daisies May-July atop fragrant silver foliage

    Size: 2’ x 3’
    Care: sun in moist well drained soil

    Named by Carl Heinrich Schultz (1805-1867)

  • Teucrium hircanicum Iranian germander, Purple Tails, Wood Sage Z 5-9

    Flowering in summer with 3-4” tall veronica-like spikes of dark purple

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    Teucrium hircanicum    Iranian germander, Purple Tails, Wood Sage   Z 5-9
    Flowering in summer with 3-4” tall veronica-like spikes of dark purple

    Size: 18” x 28”
    Care: sun in well-drained
    Native: Iran, Southern Europe, Middle East
    Wildlife Value: attract butterflies, deer resistant

    Described and named in 1759

  • Thalicrum flavum syn. T. glaucum Yellow meadrowrue Z 5-9

    Fluffy yellow blooms in June atop glaucous foliage

    $10.75/bareroot

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    Fluffy yellow blooms in June atop glaucous foliage

    Size: 3’ x 18”
    Care: Sun to part shade in moist or moist well-drained soil
    Native: Europe to Russia
    Wildlife Value: Attracts Black swallowtail butterfly
    Awards: England’s Royal Horticulture Society Award of Garden Merit. Rated as good by the Chicago Botanic Garden.

    Grown by Gerard in the 1590’s.  Roots used to make a yellow dye.
    Thalictrum is from Greek meaning “to flourish” or “look green.”   Recommended by Gertrude Jekyll in 1908 for its “foamy-feathery pale yellow.”