The last thing you want to be concerned about when planting evergreens for privacy is deer damage. Deer will certainly come into conflict with Conifer Kingdom in New Hampshire at some point, especially those in the southern counties and along the Connecticut River Valley. Numerous evergreen plants, such as arborvitae, rhododendron, holly, and yew, are favoured winter food sources. In many circumstances, a deer's hunger won't be satisfied by being close to a house in the second half of winter. Thankfully, there are several evergreen bushes that deer generally stay away from. However, no plant is ever completely protected against deer.
Some of the best Deer Resistant Evergreens by Conifer Kingdom are as follow:
Abies nordmanniana Golden Spreader
Araucaria araucana Monkey Puzzle Tree
Cephalotaxus harringtonia Korean Gold
Cupressus nootkatensis Glauca Pendula
It has superior deer resistance and is more shade tolerant.
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