Well, the rosemary, lemon verbena and thymes should be safe. And although basil and dill are strongly scented, I have heard from gardeners whoíve had their basil nibbled, before the deer decided they didnít want it after all. The only certainty with deer is that nothing is certain. Although there are plenty of deer resistant plant lists out there.
Whatís been your experience with culinary herbs? Do the deer eat them or can you grow them without a fence?
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