Rabbit Resistant Perennials

Rabbits may be cute but can be detrimental on gardens.  Nothing is more frustrating than seeing a garden after a rabbit has been through sampling your plants!  There are different repellents available that can be used as deterrents.  Another option is to plant perennials that rabbits don’t find appealing to graze on.  Always keep in mind that if rabbits are hungry enough they will eat anything!

Alpine Strawberry

Anemone

Anise-hyssop

Artemisia

Aster

Astilbe

Barrenwort

Beebalm

Bellflower

Bergenia

Blanket Flower

Bleeding Heart

Blue Fax

Blue Himalayan Poppy

Brunnera

Bugbane

Burnet

Carpet Bugle

Catmint

Columbine

Coneflower

Coral Bells

Cornflower

Cranesbill Geranium

Creeping Jenny

Daylily

Evening Primrose

False Indigo

Ferns

Fleeceflower

Foamflower

Foamy Bells

Forget-me-not

Foxglove

Gentian

Geum

Globe Thistle

Globeflower

Gloriosa Daisy

Goat’s Beard

Helenium

Hellebore

Hollyhock

Hosta

Iris

Joe-Pye Weed

Lady’s Mantle

Lamb’s-ears

Lamium

Lavender

Leopard’s Bane

Liatris

Lily-of-the-valley

Lupine

Mallow

Maltese Cross

Meadow-Rue

Meadowsweet

Monkshood

Mullein

Ornamental Grasses

Penstemon

Peony

Periwinkle

Pinks

Poppy

Potentilla

Primula

Pulmonaria

Rock Rose

Rodgersia

Russian Sage

Salvia

Saxifrage

Sea Holly

Snow-in-summer

Solomon’s Seal

Spiderwort

Spurge

Sweet Woodruff

Thyme

Tickseed

Torchlily

Toad-lily

Veronica

Wall Cress

Wintergreen

Yarrow

Yellow Archangel

Yellow Loosestrife

Yucca