Dianthus Sweet William - deer resistant, perennial, easy, border
SWEET WILLIAM A good candidate for a naturalistic garden because its nectar attracts birds, bees, and butterflies. Its flowers are considered edible. The plant is self-seeding. It grows to 30–75 cm tall. Widely used in borders, rock gardens and informal country cottage style gardens
Dianthus barbatus "Sweet William" biennial/ annual that reseeds and continues growing in same spot.
Dianthus barbatus 'Heart Attack' - The picture doesn't even do it justice, it's AMAZING.