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Deer Repellant
Some Native Shrubs and Vines that Deer Don't eat


SHRUBS
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Arrowwood (Viburnum dentatum) - deciduous shrub with white flowers and blue-black berries

Beautyberry (Callicarpa americana) – has small purple berries in autumn; fall foliage yellow

Clethra alnifolia (Summersweet) - ‘Hummingbird’ (small) and ‘Ruby Spice’ (pink blooms)
Elderberry (Sambuccus) - large shrub with edible flowers and berries.

Fragrant Sumac (Rhus aromatica) - low and very wide groundcover type shrub, red fall foliage.

Holly, American (Ilex opaca) – female plant has berries only if pollinated by a male holly in the area.

Hydrangea, Smooth leaf (Hydrangea arborescens) - white blooms on current year’s growth.

Leucothoe ( L. axillaris & L. fontanesiana) - graceful shade loving broad leaf evergreen shrub.

Physocarpus opulifolia (Ninebark) - potentially large flowering shrub; can be pruned to size you prefer.

Virginia sweetspire (Itea virginica) - grows in light shade to full sun with weeks of scarlet fall foliage.




VINES:

Trumpet creeper (Campsis radicans) – rampant vine with large orange or yellow blooms that attract hummingbirds (can be invasive as spreading roots send up additional shoots).

Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) – fast growing vine which clings to surfaces; red foliage in the fall if growing in sun.

For more NJ native plant information see: http://www.npsnj.org/
Compiled by STAC (Shade Tree Advisory Committee) 221 S. 5th Ave. Highland Park, NJ 08904 732-572-3400.

 
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