Rabbits are herbivores animal, so it’s natural for them to munch on the plants on your garden if you leave them be on their own. Thankfully though, getting rid of rabbits or more accurately preventing them from going into your garden is easy with our how to keep rabbits out of your garden guide.
And you can do this without even hurting the fluffy creatures too, so let’s just jump right into it!
1. Build a fence
Since native rabbits can’t dig, nor jump that high, a fence can easily contain them from going into your garden. Just put up a one-foot tall fence and these adorable creatures won’t be able to get into your gardens.
2. Plant cages
Same with fencing, you can try putting your plants in cages to prevent bunnies from eating your prized plants collection.
3. Raised beds
Bunnies do not really care for plants in raised beds for some reason, so if they’re bothering you consider opting for raised beds to put your plants in.
4. Rabbits repellant
Although a little bit unsavory, sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do and if that requires you putting predator urine and blood meal around and throughout your garden, then so be it.
5. Get along
Our best and favorite advice on how to keep rabbits out of your garden is perhaps the most contradictive of them all. Try to get along with our adorable friends. Create a spot that’s just for rabbits that like to visit your garden, something like a patch of clover. It’s a win-win for both the rabbits and you.
And that is all on our guide on how to keep rabbits out of your garden. They are adorable creature indeed, but having them chew on your prized flowers collection is definitely a no-no. So, we hope you’ll take these advices into heart, and apply them if you have this problem. Just, try not to hurt them too much, alright?