Garden for BunBun

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BunBun71

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Hello,
I was wondering what I can grow in my garden for my rabbit? Is there anything they can not eat from my garden?
I am going to plant tonight.
Thank you!
-BunBun71
 

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Basil, oregano, mint, dill, sage, lettuces, parsley, thyme, cilantro, carrots (for their green tops). Just be careful with mint. It will take over everything. I keep mint contained in pots.
 

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Thank you so much for your help. :) I will plant lots of the things that you said.
 

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My fence wasn't tight enough, the kits got through - so I can tell you they love carrot tops (all gone), chives (also, they just left bare earth), and young cabbage. My gardening attempts are a desaster so far. They did nibble the beans, but there's something left of those. Pumpkin plants went untouched, but I feed pumpkin in winter.

If you have enough space, jerusalem artichokes are really great rabbit plants, I feed excess greens, they give shade in summer (up to 4m tall), and I harvest the tubers for me and the rabbits in Winter. They need to be protected from the buns until they are about 2ft, then it's a great place to spend the day.
 

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My fence wasn't tight enough, the kits got through - so I can tell you they love carrot tops (all gone), chives (also, they just left bare earth), and young cabbage. My gardening attempts are a desaster so far. They did nibble the beans, but there's something left of those. Pumpkin plants went untouched, but I feed pumpkin in winter.

If you have enough space, jerusalem artichokes are really great rabbit plants, I feed excess greens, they give shade in summer (up to 4m tall), and I harvest the tubers for me and the rabbits in Winter. They need to be protected from the buns until they are about 2ft, then it's a great place to spend the day.
Sorry, that the buns got into the garden. :( Those jerusalem artichokes sound neat.🐰
 

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@Karaliene I did not plant anything for BunBun yet, we planted for us. We did not have time to plant something for him. Today we will, though. :)
 
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