The first step is for you to go out and purchase a fence. You can do so by going on to a website, or going to a local gardening tool provider. When buying a fence just make sure that the holes in the fence are very small, and don’t allow rabbits to squeeze through them. At the same time, make sure the fence is at least four to five feet tall, since one foot of the fence will be going underground.
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The next step is to dig a trench around the garden and in the area where you will be placing your fence. This trench should be one foot wide and wide enough to let the fence sit in it. Don’t dig the trench too wide, or your fence will be knocked over and will allow the rabbits ample room to squirm around and find their way into the garden any way.
Also remember to cover the fence and make sure it is sturdy in the position that you want it to rest in.
Do this by pushing dirt in once you place the fence in and make sure to really pack the fence in with the dirt.
Once the fence is in place with the dirt packed back in, make sure that it can’t be tipped or knocked over. Also ensure that it is buried at least one foot into the ground.
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In order to really make sure no rabbit gets into your garden, invest in some rabbit repellents. Buy some fox urine or blood, which can be easily found in a gardening store.
You can also try and look up other alternatives if you want.