Tag Archives: All Natural Rabbit Repellent

Green Methods for Repelling Rabbits

With fluffy tails, long whiskers and floppy ears, bunnies can be a delight to watch. But, when a rabbit is nibbling a home garden- eating carrots, munching your lettuce and trampling your herbs, Peter Rabbit stops being cute and starts … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Garden with Plants

Did you know that certain plants can repel pests? That’s right you don’t have to use chemical sprays or powders to protect your garden or yard, you can simply incorporate certain plants into your design. This is an easy, attractive … Continue reading

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Preparing Your Yard for Autumn’s Pest Animal Activity

Autumn is a lovely time of year during which the temperature drops and the hot days of summer melt into cool evenings. Of course, there are also lots of yard and garden pests that look forward to the autumn and … Continue reading

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Top 5 Garden Plants that Attract Rabbits

The rabbit has been a longtime foe of those who wish to cultivate nice-looking gardens. Cute though they may be, they can be destructive pests. A single rabbit can decimate an ornamental or vegetable garden overnight. Killing the animals is … Continue reading

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Rabbits. What In Your Yard And Garden Are They After?

Rabbits, rabbits and more rabbits. Cute and cuddly as they may seem, rabbits are the bane of many a vegetable gardener’s existence. Even if you do not grow veggies, rabbits can be unwelcome settlers in your lawn and backyard. The … Continue reading

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