I live in Heber, Utah, and have my fair share of deer visitors. Year after year, the native deer eat my most precious plants. But not this year! This year, I’m planting plenty of deer-resistant bulbs. When the deer don’t eat, my garden looks neat!
Deer and rabbits alike won’t be caught dead eating these unique flowers. These bulbs can grow to be 3 feet tall, and they’re definitely a statement maker!
Looking for a dramatic no maintainence bulb? Look no further than the Siberian Squill! Be careful though, the Siberian Squill spreads at a fast, rapid rate. Only grow in areas that can support such rapid and expansive growth!
Though these look like they would be appetizing to all kinds of critters, the yellowed tip is actually the least bit appetizing to furry creatures! Make sure you plant them in well draining soil, or you may have to cope with some root rot.
Bluebells by themselves are gorgeous, but did you know that bluebells actually come in a pink and white variety? They’re a great shade plant, and look their best growing under a tree!
This bulb is incredibly uncommon, but it looks absolutely beautiful planted in a corner of your garden. If you live in grow zones 3-8, this beautiful lily will make a lasting impression in your front or back yard.
You won’t wonder how this beautiful bulb got it’s name! Known for blooming well before the snow has melted, these early blooming plants are great for a fast pop of color throughout your yard. Plant in well draining soils!
Another plant that makes it’s debut before the snow has melted, Snowdrop flowers are a great addition for early-Spring!
Most commonly, these bulbs make their debut in early spring, and are known for being one of the most low-maintenance bulbs out there. Keep your eyes peeled for blooms in white, orage, and white. Use them throughout your landscaping!
Hycainth comes equipped with an unbeatable fragrance. And it’s one of those delicious fragrances that deer seem to absolutely hate. However, it’s also poisonous. Be sure to keep the family dog out of the garden!
Are there any Breaking Bad fans out there? If so, you already know what this bulb is capable of. While beautiful, this plant is considered to be invasive in many grow regions. Not to mention the fact that it is also extremely poisonous.