Rocky Mountain Xeriscape: Deer Resistant Plants - Colorado

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Rocky Mountain Xeriscape: Deer Resistant Plants - Colorado

  1. 1. Rocky Mountain Xeriscape: Deer Resistant Plants1. Alpine Currant Ribes alpinum2. American Plum Prunus Americana3. Anthony Waterer Spirea Spiraea ‘Anthony Waterer’4. Apache Plume Fallugia paradoxa5. Austrian Copper Rose Rosa foetida ‘Bicolor’6. Basket-of-Gold * Aurinia saxitalis7. Big Western Sage * Artemisia tridentata8. Bluebell Mertensia spp.9. Bluemist Spirea Caryopteris clandonensis10. Boulder Raspberry Rubus deliciosus11. Burning Bush Euonymus alatus12. Chocolate Flower Berlandiera lyrata13. Cliffrose Cowania neo-mexicana14. Colorado Spruce Picea pungens15. Common Hackberry Celtis occidentalis16. Common Juniper Juniperus communis17. Concolor Fir Abies concolor18. Creeping Oregon Grape Holly Mahonia repens19. Creeping Phlox Phlox subulata20. Curl-Leaf Mountain Mahogany Cercocarpus ledifolius21. Daffodil Narcissus spp.22. Daylily Hemerocallis spp.23. Delphinium Delphinium spp.24. Douglas Fir Pseudotsuga menziesii25. Dwarf Leadplant Amorpha nana26. English Ivy Hedera helix27. Fernbush Chamaebatiaria millefolium28. Flax * Linum spp.29. Four-Wing Saltbush Atriplex canescens30. Gambel Oak Quercus gambelii31. Globe Thistle Echinops spp.32. Golden Banner Thermopsis spp.33. Golden Clematis Clematis tangutica34. Golden Currant Ribes aureum35. Goldenrod Solidago spp.36. Grape Vitis spp.37. Hancock Coralberry Symphoricarpos ‘Hancock’38. Honeylocust Gleditsia triancanthos spp.39. Iris Iris spp.40. Lavender Lavandula spp.41. Lavender Cotton Santolina spp.42. Leadplant Amorpha canescens43. Lenten Rose Helleborus spp.44. Ligusticifolia Clematis Clematis ligusticifolia
  2. 2. 45. Lilac Syringa spp.46. Lily-of-the-Valley Convallaria majalis47. Lodgepole Pine Pinus contorta48. Marjoram Marjoram spp.49. Mexican Hat Prairie Coneflower Ratibida columnifera50. Mint Menta spp.51. Mountain Ninebark Physocarpus monogynus52. Nanking Cherry Prunus tomentosa53. Native Chokecherry * Prunus virginiana54. Native Gayfeather Liatris punctata55. Oregano Origanum spp.56. Oregon Grape Holly Mahonia aquifolium57. Oriental Clematis Clematis orientalis58. Paper Flower Psilostrophe spp.59. Penstemon Penstemon spp.60. Peony Paeonia spp.61. Persian Yellow Rose Rosa foetida ‘Persiana’62. Pinon Pine Pinus edulis63. Potentilla Potentilla spp.64. Prickly Pair Cactus Opuntia spp.65. Purple Coneflower Echinacea purpurea66. Purple Prairie Clover Petalostemon purpureum67. Pyracantha Pyracantha spp.68. Quince Chaenomeles spp.69. Rabbitbrush Chrysothamnus spp.70. Red-Hot Poker Kniphofia spp.71. Redtwig Dogwood * Cornus sericea72. Rhubarb Rheum spp.73. Rock Spirea Holodiscus dumosus74. Rocky Mountain Maple Acer glabrum75. Rocky Mountain Zinnia Zinnia grandiflora76. Rose-O-Sharon Hibiscus syriacus77. Russian Sage Perovskia atriplicifolia78. Salvia (cooking sage) Salvia spp.79. Sedum * Sedum spp.80. Shasta Daisy Leucanthemum spp.81. Silver Buffaloberry Sheperdia argentea82. Snow Drop Galanthus spp.83. Snow-in-Summer Cerastium tomentosum84. Soapwort Saponaria spp.85. Southernwood Sage Artemisia arbortanum86. Spinach Spinacia oleracea87. Spurge Euphorbia spp.88. Sweet Autumn Clematis Clematis terniflora89. Sweet William Dianthus barbatus90. Tatarian Honeysuckle Lonicera tatarica
  3. 3. 91. Three-Leaf Sumac Rhus trilobata92. Thyme Thymus spp.93. Van Houtte Spirea Spiraea ‘Vanhoutteii’94. Virginia Creeper Parthenicissus quinquefolia95. White Snowberry Symphoricarpos albus96. Wild Geranium Geranium spp.97. Yarrow Achillea spp.98. Yucca (flowers eaten) Yucca spp.Notes:1. These plants have rarely been eaten on Hollyberry Lane in Boulder.2. Plants that are heavily watered and fertilized are more often eaten than when grown without irrigation and special fertilization.3. * Indicates plants eaten occasionally, but not destroyed.

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