Use a sturdy fence with small gaps close to the ground to prevent rabbits from squeezing through. The fence should be at least 2 feet high.
Apply repellents with scents that rabbits dislike, such as garlic, hot pepper, or predator urine. Reapply after rain or as directed on the product.
Research and select plants like marigolds, lavender, or salvia that are known to be less attractive to rabbits.
Elevate your garden with raised beds to make it less accessible to rabbits. Ensure the sides are smooth and offer no footholds.
Encircle individual plants with chicken wire or hardware cloth. Bury it slightly underground to prevent rabbits from digging under.
Coat plants with bitter-tasting substances like cayenne pepper or a homemade mixture of water and hot sauce to discourage rabbits from chewing.
Offer a separate area with plants that rabbits enjoy, diverting their attention away from your main garden.
Remove tall grass, weeds, and debris that can provide hiding spots for rabbits. A well-maintained garden may be less appealing to them.
Include plants like catnip, onions, or garlic in your garden, as rabbits tend to avoid these.
Use ultrasonic repellent devices that emit high-frequency sounds irritating to rabbits. Place them strategically in your garden.