How do I get rabbits to stop eating the daisies in my garden?


My daisy plants look very healthy but I don't have any daisies on them due to the rabbits eating them. Any suggestions?

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  • Columbia GB Columbia GB on Jun 14, 2019

    You can spend a small fortune in time and/or money with weird spray concoctions requiring continous effort. Or you can compromise aesthetics and install a tolerable type of fencing for your garden that will simply keep them out. Clearly, you do this once and be done with it. Good luck!

  • BillyandPattyAnn BillyandPattyAnn on Jun 14, 2019

    I appreciate your advice. Thank you!

  • I read this from Gma Kirk: A farmer gave me a gross recipe for rabbit repellent...but it works. cup or two of urine, tablespoons of crushed garlic, and cayenne pepper, two eggs in a gallon jug, shake well, fill rest of the way with water. Cap and let age a week. Then you drizzle small stream around the perimeter of whatever you want to keep them from eating.

  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Jun 14, 2019

    Plant some rabbit & deer deterrent plants.

    My uncle spray Liquid Fence Deer & Rabbit repellent and it works for them. They live in a wooded area in Wisconsin. It smells like rotten eggs and has to be re applied to maintain effectiveness. If you go this round, do it on a non windy day!