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A quick idea for an herb container that deer won't munch.
All gardeners in deer country know to never say “deer-proof” – we always use the more cautionary deer-resistant because just when you make the promise to another gardener that a plant is definitely deer-proof, chances are you will wake up the next morning to find it eaten to the ground.
But I am going to be cocky and say that here is a quick container combo that is definitely deer-proof. In my 20 years of growing gardens in deer country, the sage, rosemary and bronze carex in my beds and containers – including varying cultivars of each – has had nary a nibble.
This combo of three spotted at a nursery this past weekend is a simple and effective idea for a garden accent for a sunny spot, deer or not.