The Q&A Archives: Repelling rabbits

Question: A rabbit has nibbled my garden this year, killing many Lily plants, demolishing many others. How do I get rid of it?

Answer: Rabbits can be real pests and are difficult to control. Some gardeners report success using repellents, but in my experience the only effective control in the long run is a sturdy wire mesh fence. If you can't fence your entire garden, you might just make cylinders out of chicken wire to encircle your favorite plants. Good luck with your garden.

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