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Springtime and Bunnies

Spring has sprung here in Connecticut! After a frosty March, April has finally brought some warmer temperatures to the area.  This means more time outdoors!

Have you started a bunny garden yet? If not, now’s the perfect time to get some veggies growing! So far, we’ve planted a couple different types of romaine and greenleaf lettuces, bok choy, and Paris market carrots. I also have a plan to plant some oregano and some mint in a raised bed and let them battle it out.  If you’re new to gardening, read our tips to starting your own bunny garden. It’s not too difficult to grow a few basics for your rabbits – especially if you include dandelions as one of your crops!

Springtime also means more wild baby bunny sightings! Read our article about what to do if you find an orphaned baby bunny in your yard.

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Hoppy Spring!

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4 Responses to “Springtime and Bunnies”

  1. the bunns Says:

    Carrots, kale, chard, brocolli, and lettuce in the beds .. hope for warm and sun!

  2. melanie Says:

    i made a pallet bed with carrots lettuce and spinach

  3. My House Rabbit Says:

    Very nice! I think we’ll plant another round of carrots and lettuce in the next few days. Dandelions have started to pop up in the yard, so Coco and Cos got a treat today. I’ll probably plant a few dandelion pots when the flowers in the yard go to seed…

  4. Melanie Says:

    LOTS of dandilions in our yard too!!!!!!!

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