The following plants are considered generally unattractive to deer. Plants with pungent fragrance or fuzzy leaves are usually least attractive to deer.

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Acanthus (bears breech)
Achillea (yarrow)
Aconitum (monkshood)
Agapanthus (lily of the nile)
Agastache (hyssop)
Ajuga (carpet bugle)
Alchemilla (ladys mantle)
Allium (chives)
Anemone (windflower)
Anthemis ( marguerite)
Aquilegia (columbine)
Arabis (rockcress)
Armeria (thrift)
Artemisia (mugwort, worm-wood)
Aruncus (goats beard)
Asarum (wild ginger)
Asclepias (butterfly weed)
Aster Astilbe (false spirea)
Campanula (bellflower )
Centaurea (corn flower)
Ceratostigma (plumbago)
Cimicifuga (snakeroot)
Convallaria (lily of the valley)
Coreopsis (tickseed)
Crocosmia (crocosmia)
Delphinium (larkspur)
Dicentra (bleeding heart)
Digitalis (foxglove)

Echinacea (purple coneflower)
Erigeron (fleabane)
Erysimum (wallflower)
Euphorbia (spurge)
Felicia (blue marguerite)
Ferns
Gaillardia (blanket flower)
Geranium (cranesbill)
Helleborus (lenten rose,)
Hypericum (st.john wart)
Iberis (candytuft)
Iris (iris)
Kniphofia (red-hot-poker)
Lamium(nettle)
Lantana Lavandula (lavender)
Limonium (statice)
Lupinus (lupine)
Lychnis (catchfly)
Monarda (bee balm)
Myosotis (forget me not)
Nepeta (catmint)
Papaver (poppy)
Penstemon (beard tongue)
Phlox (creeping phlox)
Rosmarinus (rosmary)
Salva (sage)
Santolina (lavendercotton)
Scabiosa (pincushion)