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Rabbit Resistant Plants
 

Vegetables and Fruits
usually not eaten by rabbits

Asparagus   Asparagus officinalis
Currant & Gooseberry     Ribes species
Grape Vitis species
Leeks  Allium porrum
Onions Allium cepa
Potatoes  Solanum tuberosum
Rhubarb   Rheum rhaponticum
Summer Squash Cucurbita pepo melopepo
Tomato  Lycopersicum esculentum

Woody Plants usually not eaten by rabbits
Azaleas  Rhododendron species
Black Walnut  Juglans nigra
Blue Spruce   Picea pungens
Bottlebrush Buckeye   Aesculus parviflora
Boxwood   Buxus species
Buckeye Aesculus glabra
Butterfly-bush  Budddleia davidii
Butternut  Juglans cinera
Climbing Hydrangea Hydrangea anomala petiolaris
Cotoneaster   Cotoneaster species
Dwarf Inkberry   Ilex glabra compacta
Horsechestnut    Aesculus hippocastanum
Japanese Maple  Acer                                  
Mountain Laurel  Kalmia latifolia
Rhododendron   Rhododendron P.J.M. Hybrids
Smooth Hydrangea   Hydrangea arborescens
Sumac   Rhus species
Sweet Gum Liquidamber straciflua
Tatarian Dogwood  Cornus alba
Tulip Tree   Liriodendron tulipifera
White Pine  Pinus strobus
Yew  Taxus species

 



       Perennials and Bulbs
usually not eaten by rabbits
 

Adam's Needle  Yucca filamentosa
Astilbe    Astillbe x arendsii
Barrenwort   Epimedium x rubrum
Bee Balm  Monarda didyma
Blanket Flower Gaillardia x grandiflora
Bleeding Heart Dicentra species
Bugbane  Cimicifuga racemosa
Bugleweed  Ajuga repens  
Cactus    Cactus species |
Cardinal Flower Lobelia cardinalis
Clematis   Clematis species
Columbine Aquilegia hybrida
Cranesbill Geranium species|
Candytuft Iberis semipervirens
Cinquefoil   Potentilla verna
Creeping Lily-Turf   Liriope spicata
Daffodils  Narcissus
Euphorbia  Euphorbia species
False Indigo  Baptisia aurestralis
Ferns (most)        
Foam Flower  Tiarella cordifolia
Forget Me Not   Myosotis sylvatica
Foxglove  Digitalis purpurea
Germander   Teucrium chamaedrys
Ginger (wild)  Asarum europaeum
Goat's Beard   Aruncus dioicus
Gooseneck Loosestrife   Lysimachia clethroides
Hardy Ageratum   Eupatorium coelestinum
Hardy Chrysanthemum   Dendranthema x morifolium
Heartleaf Bergenia   Bergenia cordifolia
Hollyhock  Alcea rosea
Hyacinth  Hyacinth orientalis
Ladybells   Adenophora lilifolia
Lady's Mantle  Alchemilla mollis
Lamb's Ear   Stachys byzantine
Lavender Lavandula angustifolia
Leopardsbane Doronicum orientale
Lily-of-the-Valley  Convallaria majalis
Meadow Rue Thalictrum rochebrunianum
Monkshood   Aconitum napellus
Pachysandra  Pachysandra terminalis
Pasque Flower   Pulsatilla vulgaris rubra
Peony  Paeonia hybrids
Persian Onion  Allium giganteum
Primrose   Primula x polyantha
Queen of the Meadow  Filipendula ulmaria
Red Hot Poker Kniphofia   
Rose Mallow  Malva alcea
Russian Sage  Perovskia atriplicifolia
Salvia Salvia x superb
Shasta Daisy   Leucanthemum x superbum
Siberian Bugloss   Brunnera macrophylla
Siberian Iris  Iris siberica
Small Globe Thistle   Echinops ritro
Speedwell  Veronica species
Stokes Aster Stokesia laevis
Tickseed  Coreopsis grandiflora
Trumpet vine Campsis radicans
Virginia Bluebells Mertensia virginica
Wormwood  Artemesia species







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