There are, however, an extensive variety of plants on which deer are less likely to browse. Some of the more common ones you might be familiar with include boxwood, American holly, Andromeda, Daphne, butterfly bush, Caryopteris (blue mist shrub), liriope, certain daylilies, coneflower and lavender. There is even a variety of western arborvitae, Green Giant, which deer do not particularly care to browse. If you have some of these susceptible plants and would like to upgrade your plant palate, contact our office. Upon consultation with one of our client managers, our Enhancement Division crews can turn your deer smorgasbord into a landscape of beautiful robust deer resistant plants that will last for years to come.