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NEW NEIGHBOURS!

Where I live, the wind is so fierce and constant that nothing grows taller than three inches (75mm for the younger readers!) so this garden (I use the term very loosely) and that er...rockery to the right is very precious to me. I fear that the sudden influx of hungry new wildlife is destined to enjoy my saxifrage, so I am appealing to all you good friends out there - how can I rid myself of these, without involving death or violence? Any suggestions appreciated!

NEW NEIGHBOURS!

Where I live, the wind is so fierce and constant that nothing grows taller than three inches (75mm for the younger readers!) so this garden (I use the term very loosely) and that er...rockery to the right is very precious to me. I fear that the sudden influx of hungry new wildlife is destined to enjoy my saxifrage, so I am appealing to all you good friends out there - how can I rid myself of these, without involving death or violence? Any suggestions appreciated!

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Adorable as they are - I've found nothing to keep varmints out of a garden! They think you've planted it all for them! Thanks for dinner David! smile
They're all very cute though.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 5 Jun 2016, 07:19
I suppose the only thing would be to have some sort of humane trap, where they go in and a door shuts behind them, and once captured drive them several miles away
Plastic bird of prey may do the trick, place it on the rocks.Failing that a shotgun loaded with blanks.
Tes nouveaux voisins sont adorables.
1. Bushels of carrots
2. A fence
3. A big sign that says, RABBITS FOR SALE - UPICK.
4. A plastic owl
5. A large cage with wheels on one end. As the rabbits eat off the available grass you wheel the cage over to a fresh spot and the rabbits mow for you all summer saving tonnes of work and gas.

Good Luck
Sorry... I have no experience with rabbits...
  • Penny
  • a messy house
  • 21 Jun 2016, 20:55
You be nice to those cute little bunnies! In my experience rabbits don't like many garden plants and actually prefer eating the weeds. But that might be just pet buns. Enjoy them!

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