Deer Resistant Plants From Highland Hill Farm

We sell a number of plants that offer deer resistance. Sometimes a plant stands out from all the rest. One such plant is from the Western Red Cedar Family and has well documented deer resistance. It is the Green Giant Arborvitae. I don't know how to describe the greatness of this plant. I am without words today...That in its self says a lot. Read more about the Green Giant. We also stock a deer resistant Cedar called the Western Red Cedar.

Available Nursery Stock and Seedlings and Liners We Recommend

Boxwoods are great if you need small dense evergreens along a walkway or in a formal garden that is frequented by Bambi. Its oder is a natural deer replellant which you can hardly detect. Plants and shrubs located near boxwoods are also protected.

Buxus Sempervirens - Pyramidal Boxwood

This boxwood is trimmed into a pyramidal shaped plant. They are evergreen with soft simple elliptic leaf.

Varigated Boxwood We Grow

Varigated Boxwood


Varigated Boxwood Foliage

Varigated Boxwood


This dark foliage plant is deer resistant. It has very shape needles that when the deer try to eat it, the deer gets a nasty surprise! It is also common to see hedges of Dragon Lady Hollies.

Ilex Dragon Lady
Colorado Blue Spruce Trees

Fat Albert Blue Spruce

The Fat Albert is a great medium sized spruce tree that grows they claim to about 15 feet all. I have never seen one of this size Their needles have a nice blue color and deer resistant

Picea pungens 'Glauca Globosa'

For smaller conifers in a landscape, Picea pungens 'Glauca Globosa' is a wonderful consideration. They stay small about 3 feet tall and they are very compact. Their light blue color is very desirable .

Picea pungens 'Bakeri'
Picea pungens 'Bakeri' has wonderful powder blue color who final height is 10 to 12 feet tall. .


Dwarf Alberta Spruce
This dwarf light green plant is an excellent choice for any home owner wanting an evergreen. This tried and true plant is drought tolerant and resistant to deer.

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Red Osier Dogwood
Russian Olive
Rose of Sharon
River Birch Trees
Japanese Cedars
Eastern Red Cedars Barberry Plants

American Hornbeam

Free Reference articles:

  • Link For Free Fencing!
  • Read About Deer Proofing
  • Varieties:

  • American Hollies