BUNNIES..like my rudbeckia!!!!

bugbane103June 27, 2011

Hello all,

i recently transplanted rudbeckia to a sunny spot and they were doing wonderfully until bunnies decided to nibble at them for breakfast lunch and dinner..is this a common problem? Any products i can put down to ward off these critters but not do harm to them?

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lvmygrdn2

Deer-Off works well but it smells when you first apply it. Once it dries, it's very faint but worked like a charm for me.

    Bookmark   June 28, 2011 at 5:28AM
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