what to plant in part sun/shade that rabbits won't eat
I have a raised bed (only 1 foot raised) that the squirrels and rabbits consider their salad bar. So far, they've decimated the roses and the black eyed susans. They don't touch the balloon flowers or catmint.
It's in the back corner of my yard and I have a big perennial garden in front of it with tons of daylilies, echinacea, sedum, daisies, liatris, etc... because that part gets mostly sun.
So, anything in the garden, including the roses - the little buggers don't touch, but as soon as I put it in the raised bed they eat it. It drives me crazy.
I don't want to keep buying stuff for them to eat so what can I get that they won't touch?
I was hoping to put a hydrangea in the far back that will get big and then I'll have about 7 more feet by 3 feet to fill. Will they eat the hydrangea too?
Thanks for any suggestions!