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Does anyone know of something that I could plant with my blue fescue to keep the bunnies away? I like the bunnies but didn't appreciate them chomping my grasses into short whiskers. I have tons of little seedlings now to replace the ones that were eaten last year and don't want to have to put them in the back (with the d-o-g protectors) to keep them from getting eaten. If no suggestions for companion plants, can you guys suggest grasses that bunnies and deer and everyone else won't like to eat. Thanks. Stacey
I don't know if there are plants that repel rabbits--there are things they won't eat but I'm not sure there's anything you can plant that will keep them from eating other things in the bed that they enjoy. I've seen some people post that they've had good luck with products like Liquid Fence, so you might give that a try.