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Plants that rabbits won't like

Every year rabbits keep eating my Black Eyed Susan plants. They finally leave them alone around the beginning of August so the plant grows a little but, never enough to actually flower. Is there something I can plant in with my Black Eyed Susans that rabbits do not like and will keep them away?
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There are plants that rabbits don't like or eat, but none that are effective as a repellent to keep them from feeding on plants that they like. You may want to try spraying your black-eyed susans with a rabbit repellent such as Liquid Fence or Messina Wildlife Control.

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