I’m a homesteader – my natural recipe will keep rabbits out of your garden, they don’t like the smell

A HOMEowner shared a recipe she says will stop rabbits from ruining your garden.

It seems that the furry creatures don’t like the smell of the ingredients used to make the mixture.

A woman shared her simple recipe for keeping rabbits out of your garden


A woman shared her simple recipe for keeping rabbits out of your gardenCredit: TikTok/miss.t.and.me
She said they don't like the smell of the ingredients


She said they don’t like the smell of the ingredientsCredit: TikTok/miss.t.and.me

Host (@miss.t.and.me) started in her TikTok videotapes.

“You need to make it pretty strong, it needs to have a strong smell, but not so thick that it doesn’t go through your spray, right?

“And spray it around the perimeter of your garden, around the patches you don’t want them to get in.

“They don’t like the smell, and hopefully it will deter them,” she says.

One viewer in the comments left a different method for getting rid of annoying bunnies.

“This is also super deceptive: use hair that falls out when you wash it. Put those clumps in the garden. They smell human and stay away. Legal,” they wrote.

In the past, a man has also shared a gardening tip – he revealed a chemical-free trick that kills weeds instantly.

“Here are some tips your gardeners don’t want you to know to get rid of weeds,” says Collin (@bluemelonco) start in a TikTok videotapes.

“First boil some water. Then take your pot of boiling water and pour it directly over the weeds,” he explains.

He demonstrated by running hot water over the weeds.

He adds that the tip is chemical-free and pet-friendly.

“Instantly kills weeds without chemicals reaching the roots and seeds. Plants hate hot water. Extreme temperatures are too much for weeds,” Collin explained in the caption.

He added in the clip’s comments that the boiling water method will make the weeds disappear in about a month.

Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing russellfalcon@ustimespost.com.

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