From:Pittsburgh, PA Region: Mid-Atlantic Topic: Deer Resistant Title: Deer resistant plants for erosion control on steep hill Answered by: Nan Hampton
I would like control a steep hill behind my house that is red clay, northern exposure with little sun. What plants would you recommend that deer will not eat?
Grasses are ideal for erosion control because of their extensive fibrous root systems. Additionally, deer rarely eat grasses. Below are grasses native to Pennsylvania that will grow in clay soils in part shade (2 to 6 hours of sun per day).
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