Rabbits are cute, there’s no denying that, but if you have a garden then they can become the bane of your existence. Bunnies love to dive right into gardens and rip up your flowers and vegetables if you don’t keep them under control. So, today we’re going to be talking about bunnies and how you can keep these little fuzzy bullies from ruining your summer fun. Are you ready to learn more about bunnies in Bethesda? Well, let’s get going!
Keep bunnies out of your garden.
Now one of the best ways to keep bunnies out of your yard is to install a chicken wire fence around your garden. You should make it high enough so that bunnies cannot hop over it. You should also ensure that there are 3-6 inches of chicken wire in the ground so that they cannot burrow underneath it. Bunnies can be tricky little creatures, so make sure that your fencing is secure and thorough so that they cannot circumvent it.
You can always plant against bunnies.
Certain plants are not very interesting to bunnies, but they’re still delicious and great for your garden. Planting these veggies will help to keep bunnies out of your hair. Peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes, and corn are all basically bunny-proof, making them excellent candidates for your garden! On the other hand, plants like rosemary, peas, beans, and parsley are very interesting to bunnies, so they may belong in a window box instead.
Need help with bunnies in your neck of the woods? We are here to help.
Call Shumaker Animal Control. Shumaker Animal Control is a twenty-five year veteran of the animal control profession and knows how to detect and properly remove all sorts of from your Maryland property. We can also fill any burrows made by groundhogs to keep them out and guarantee against them chewing back through it. Foxes, squirrels, raccoons, mice, and bats can also be dealt with easily.
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If you have any questions about animal removal, contact Shumaker Animal Control by calling (443) 854-8072 or click here today!