As much as I love rabbits and have had many over the years as pets, I'm not a fan of rabbits gobbling up the vegetables we grow for ourselves. That's why it's a good idea to find natural ways to keep rabbits out of your garden without hurting them or the plants you'll be eating yourself. Rabbits in North America generally don't burrow too deeply, so it's natural for them to want to dig into your garden.
You can keep bunnies away by putting up fences they can't get past, or plant cages that allow your plants to grow but keep them protected. These are great tools for other garden destroyers like deer, too! Raised beds also deter many rabbits from eating up your veggies, although it's not 100% effective. The taller the beds, the better your chances will be. Sometimes you can even create a patch of clover just for rabbits to help encourage them to stay away from the areas you don't want them to bother.
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