Are there any flowers that rabbits won't eat?
Likewise, what flowers will Rabbits not eat?
Thick-leaved, prickly or smelly perennials that often discourage rabbits include:
- Red hot poker.
- Black eyed Susan.
- Pincushion flower.
- Oriental poppy.
One may also ask, what plants do rabbits eat? Rabbits will eat many vegetables, including broccoli, beans, beet tops, carrots, lettuce and peas. They will devour many spring flowers including tulip shoots in the spring. Rabbits can also cause a great deal of damage by chewing the bark, buds and stems of woody plants.
Also asked, what plants do rabbits hate?
Plants rabbits tend to avoid include:
- Vegetables: asparagus, leeks, onions, potatoes, rhubarb, squash, tomatoes.
- Flowers: cleomes, geraniums, vincas, wax begonias.
- Herbs: basil, mint, oregano, parsley, tarragon.
Do rabbits eat poppies?
Colorful Shirley poppies aren't eaten by most rabbits, probably because of their aroma and milky sap. You may see these drought-tolerant annuals referred to as corn poppies, Flanders poppies or field poppies. They thrive in cool weather but succumb to heat and humidity.