“We’ve been having trouble with rabbits in our yard. We live in Madison, Wisconsin, in a new home,…”

“We’ve been having trouble with rabbits in our yard. We live in Madison, Wisconsin, in a new home, which backs up to some woods. We planted some arborvitae toward the back, and the rabbits have eaten away half of the trees. They also seem to like the lawn in the back as well. Last fall, I planted some 60 tulip bulbs in the front yard. I plan to put down some mothballs after the snow melts. Will the foliage at the bottom of the arborvitae grow back? Should we even try to save the trees? Any suggestions for the lawn? How can we get rid of our piggy guests? (answer).

From The Old Farmer’s Almanac.

Gardening Question of the Day for Friday, January 29, 2016

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