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CJ

May I suggest if you don't want the local bunnies to eat the buffet you so unintentionally and "thoughtfully" planted for them, installing rabbit fencing around those precious strawberries will protect them. Really! In our yard, we love to watch the cottontails and jackrabbits roam and munch on things we plant just for them. Anything we want to keep for ourselves, we surround with rabbit fencing attached to two-foot rebar. Works like a charm! And here's the beauty of it—if you plant a shrub, anything that grows inside the fencing is for the you. Anything that grows outside the fencing is for the bunnies and usually what grows outside is so abundant that only you will know there's a fence there because the bunnies won't eat it back to the fence. Rabbit fencing is a bendable metal fence material that has smaller squares at the bottom (to prevent entry) and larger squares at the top. You can purchase it at Lowe's or Home Depot.

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