How to Keep Rabbits out of Flower Beds?

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To keep rabbits out of flower beds you can sprinkle powder around the edges of the garden. Rabbits hate the smell and they will turn around and leave. You can also try using black powder or even dog hair around the edges of the flower bed.
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Commercial rabbit repellents are available from garden centers and they may be applied to the soil surrounding the flowerbed or on the individual plants. Many of these repellents
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Sprinkling dry blood or dog urine around the edges of your flower bed will keep rabbits out of flowers. Also you can place a chicken wire fence up and make sure it is tight. You can
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You can use a gate or types of barriers, but I usually use fences.
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1 Fence your flower beds. This will hopefully send a message to your dog that he's not allowed in your garden. Ad 2 Designate a "Digging Area" to your dog. Make it inviting
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Sprinkling dry blood or dog urine around the edges of your flower bed will keep rabbits out of flowers. Also you can place a chicken wire fence up and make sure ...
Sprinkling dry blood or dog urine around the edges of your flower bed will keep rabbits out of flowers. Also you can place a chicken wire fence up and make sure ...
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