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How To Attract Bunnies To Your Garden
The best way to make your backyard appeal to bunnies is by allowing it to retain a bit of its wild side, which can be accomplished in various ways, from allowing a hollow log to lay on the ground to planting large patches of ornamental grasses for rabbits to hide out from predators. Keeping a source of water in your backyard will also entice rabbits and other thirsty wildlife.
Just like humans, rabbits have a selective appetite, so growing their favorite food is a surefire way to draw their attention. According to SF Gate, clover, lettuce, and — of course — carrots are going to be huge hits for hungry rabbits who make their way to your garden.
However, some of your favorite vegetables may be keeping bunnies away. If you grow potatoes or cucumbers in your garden, consider moving them to another location in your yard in order to create a welcoming space for your furry friends.
If curating your garden to attract bunnies sounds like it will invite problems, consider setting aside a small place in your yard where you can focus on your goal of providing visiting bunnies with everything they've been looking for. Bunnies love berry bushes, so planting a few near your rabbit garden is a great idea.