rabbits - Knowledgebase Question

moorpark, Ca
Question by forwardfarms
January 30, 2010
list of plants rabbits won't eat

Answer from NGA
January 30, 2010


The University of Nebraska Extension supplies a list of such plants: Yarrow, Monkshood, Wormwood, Aster, Astilbe, Bellflower, Wild Indigo, Snakeroot, Autumn Crocus, Foxglove, Daylily, Leopards Bane, Meadow Sweet, Hosta, Red Hot Poker, Cranesbill Geranium, Iris, Bishops Hat(Epimedium), Narcissus, Yucca, Oriental Poppy, Lambs Ear, Sedum, Globe Flower, Meadow Sage, Bergenia, Pearly Everlasting. However, resistant does not mean "proof" so you may want to consider other approaches such as fencing the garden, using repellents and even live trapping the rabbit. Some gardeners also find that a pet dog or cat can be an effective deterrent. Good luck with your garden!

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