What are some plants that rabbits won't eat?
Can you suggest some plants that rabbits won't eat? They chew on everything I plant in my yard.
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You're wise to start with plants that rabbits prefer not to eat. (If they're hungry enough, they'll eat almost anything.) Although you can use fencing to exclude rabbits from your garden, and you can spray plants with rabbit repellent to discourage them from munching your landscape, you can also take the easy way out and grow trees, shrubs, and flowers that they normally avoid. Here is a list of rabbit-resistant plants: American holly (Ilex opaca), butterfly bush (Buddleia davidii), flowering onion (Allium), juniper (Juniperus), pepper (Capsicum annuum), pine (Pinus), spotted dead nettle (Lamium maculatum), spruce (Picea), thyme (Thymus serpyllum), wintercreeper (Euonymus fortunei).

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