Deer Resistant Perennial Flowers Perfect For Colorado Yards

You Can Find Beautiful Flowers That Will Come Back Each Year Without Fear Of Deer
Deer resistant perennial flowers for Colorado Springs

You’ll love the look and variety of these deer resistant perennial flowers. Agastache, salvia, coreopsis, and more flowers all thrive in Colorado Springs.

See what these and more look like in the post below-

Oh Deer, Not Again

“This is the flower that broke the deers back!”

Brittany storms back inside from her garden. She’s tired of walking outside seeing her flowers half-eaten and otherwise damaged by deer.

“Josh! I’m buying new flowers for the garden. I’m going to look up some deer resistant perennial flowers that’ll grow in Colorado,” she calls out. “Sounds good to me! Let me know when you have a list together and we can go pick them up.” She knows it’s this or she needs to figure out how to shop for a landscaper.

Brittany opens her phone and goes to Google. She searches for perennial flowers that are deer resistant and grow in Colorado.

Here are the ones she finds-

Agastache (Hummingbird Mint)

“I would love to have hummingbirds come visit our garden.”

Agastache as a deer resistant perennial flower

Agastache is sometimes called Hyssop. They are beautiful, deer resistant perennial flowers whose colors range from white to mauve, pink, and purple. You’ll see these colors all season long. Hummingbirds love them so you should see them flying around.

Asclepias Tuberosa (Butterfly Weed)

“And this one attracts butterflies! That explains the name.”

Asclepias Tuberosa is a great perennial flower that is also deer resistant

This flowering bush has bright orange flowers at the tips of their stems. They’re a showy addition that’ll bloom all summer long. Butterfly weed is easy to grow. So easy, in fact, many people grow this deer resistant perennial flower straight from the seed.


“Low-maintenance plants like these are perfect.”

Coreopsis grow great in Colorado Springs

A rugged woodland plant, these abundant blooms have become popular with gardeners. These flowers are low maintenance, drought-tolerant, and they bloom for months. They resemble daisies and have many different colors and varieties to choose from.

Delphinium (Larkspur)

“A bit of a challenge to grow, huh? I just might take on that challenge.”

Delphinium also known as Larkspur

This gorgeous deer resistant perennial flower grows in tall, colorful spikes of blooms. They’re shades of blue, pink, white, and purple. It enjoys sunnier areas and loamy soil. You can cut and decorate your home with them.


“Oooo it’s a flowering herb!”