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Are you looking for beautiful plants to add to your landscaping that the rabbits will not eat? These 19 plants that repel rabbits are great additions to every yard and garden!

19 Plants That Repel Rabbits

These plants are not only beautiful plants that will make your yard or garden look amazing, but they are also unappetizing to rabbits!

Azalea plants have beautiful flowers and will definitely brighten up your yard! And you won't have to worry about the rabbits eating them!

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Wax Begonia's come in different colors and have small pretty flowers. Just as their name implies the leaves of the plant have a waxy texture. And they are not appealing to rabbits!

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Boxwood is one of my favorites! It's a great plant to cut into shapes or to use for wreaths. And the rabbits don't eat it, so it's pretty and practical:)

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Cactuses are definitely plants that rabbits will not eat! And they can also have pretty flowers as well.

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Ferns in general are repulsive to rabbits. So most types of ferns will work in your yard if you want to find landscaping that rabbits won't eat.

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I remember the crown of thorns plants from my childhood. My grandmother had them in her flowerbeds. They are prickly, but they have pretty red flowers. And the rabbits will not eat them.

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Rhododendron's also have such pretty flowers that will completely cover the plant! Such a beautiful addition to any landscaping. And one that the rabbits will avoid.

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Peony's are another beautiful flower that the rabbits do not eat. Plant them in your garden!

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I love hydrangeas! They are so beautiful! You can find this pretty flowering plant in a multitude of colors, and the rabbits don't eat it!

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Geraniums are a very common plant found in landscaping. They also have pretty flowers but repel rabbits.

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Ageratum's have such unique flowers. Aren't they so pretty? Plant these in your flower bed for a unique bloom and rest assured that the rabbits will not eat them!

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Daffodil's have such pretty yellow flowers. Plant some bulbs in your landscaping and enjoy these bright, cheerful flowers! You can enjoy them knowing that the rabbits will not!

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Hyacinth's have such a unique shaped blossom. What a pretty flowering plant to grow in your garden! They would also be great flowers to cut for a bouqet! And, like all the other plants on this list, the rabbits will not eat them.

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Four O'Clocks are such cheerful and happy flowers. Plant these in addition to all the other plants on this list for a rabbit free flower garden.

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Lantana have such pretty flowers, but are toxic to animals. Which is why the rabbits don't like them. They are commonly used in landscaping though for their pretty flowers.

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Strawflower's are super pretty aren't they? And, of course, they are not appealing to rabbits:)

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Milkweed is a plant that while it repels rabbits, it attracts butterflies! Plant your own butterfly garden and include this plant!

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And those are 19 plants that repel rabbits! Aren’t they all such pretty decorative plants? Include as many of them as you can into your landscaping to keep the rabbits away!

Also, if you are looking for more rabbit repelling plants be sure to read 7 Vegetables That Repel Rabbits and 13 Herbs That Repel Rabbits