Do marigolds keep rabbits away?

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Due to the odor the have, marigolds planted among your other plants can help keep many pests away from your garden. Many people have found they are helpful in keeping rabbits away too.
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1. Spy on your gazania plants at dawn and dusk to determine if rabbits are indeed the pests causing damage. When rabbits eat plant leaves, they typically eat them at a 45-degree angle
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Marigold contain pyrethrins, which is in many bug repellents.
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plant marigolds around the perimeter. marigolds come in orange, reddish orange and yellow. You can find them at Lowes, Wal-Mart and Home Depot.
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Michael Pollan explains this one in The Botany Of Desire. http://www.amazon.com/Bot. any-Des. Before the twentieth century, apples were grown not to be eaten, but to be drank, in
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