Common garden plants that are poisonous to rabbits include the eggplant, potato plant, sweet potato plant, tomato plant and the root of mustard plants. Besides the potato plant, the eyes of a potato can also harm rabbits... More »

The San Diego Zoo explains that none of the large snakes, including pythons, boas and anacondas, are venomous. Instead, these snakes kill their prey by suffocating it within its muscular coils. This process of asphyxiati... More »

Both the acorns and leaves from oak trees can be poisonous to both children and adults when eaten in large quantities, according to Healthy Child Care. While acorns provide a great deal of nourishment for squirrels and o... More »

The best way to keep rabbits from eating garden plants is with a combination of exclusion, deterrence and distraction. You need a spade, chicken wire with holes less than 1 inch across, stakes, wire cutters, and deterren... More »

Keep rabbits out of a garden by planting things they don't like, repelling them with foul scents, putting up fences, and letting dogs and cats roam the area. Other options include decoy gardens, predators and traps. More » Home & Garden Pest Control Furry Pests

Preventing rabbits from eating outdoor flowers is best done by using fences, applying scents and substances that rabbits find repellent and providing extra plants to give the animals something to eat in hopes they ignore... More » Home & Garden Pest Control Furry Pests

According to Gardener's Supply Company, there are many options for preventing rabbits from eating plants, including targeted coverage, repellents and fencing. One of the best ways to begin controlling the rabbit populati... More » Home & Garden Pest Control Furry Pests