One of the biggest garden pests is also the cutest – the rabbit. Although these little bundles of fluff are adorable, they also can be quite destructive. So, if you are looking for ways that you can deter rabbits naturally, here are some of the plants that you want to put in your garden.

Rabbits are cute, but they can do a lot of damage. Use these plants below to help keep them away.
Plant NameColorSun NeedsGrow Area SuggestionsSoil Needs
Sweet AlyssumLavender
Pink
Violet
White
Full sun to part shadeBorders
Mixed beds
Rock gardens
Well-drained soil
Ageratumblue (most common)
pink
white
Blooms in light shade but needs at least 6 hours of full sun each day.Use to edge borders, beds and walkways.Fertile
Good drainage
Pot or English Marigoldyellow
orange
Full sun to part shadePlant near crops to mask the scent of them.
Well drained
soil with lots of organic material
GeraniumOrange
Pink
Puple
White
Full sunMake great border pantsLoose with lots of organic matter
Strawflowercream
pink
orange
purple
white
yellow
Full sunBeds and bordersSandy or rocky soil with lots of drainage
Shirley Poppyorange
pink
red
violet
white
yellow
Full sunBedsWell-drained, rich soil
Salviasblue
cream
lavender
orange
pink
purple
red
Full sun to light shadeBedsAverage, well-drained soil

These are just some of the plants that can help keep the rabbits away. Thank you for reading our blog and please keep coming back, because we always have new tips that can help you.

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