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    Trying to appease the bunny masters and running low on garden forage.

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    Borage is on the safe list, but mine don't like anything with furry leaves.

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    Ahh Borage! Thank you I thought I'd checked the safe list when I picked it up but couldnt remember the name to double check.

    I shall pop it down for them and see what they think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimmer View Post
    Borage is on the safe list, but mine don't like anything with furry leaves.
    Same here It is safe though.

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    I've pilfered the occasional bit from the community garden but bunnies have put it in the same rank as buddleia

    bet you have other edibles hanging about - unless you have been 'weeding'?

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    Psychic message from Primrose - the roses are looking tasty & defo in need or early pruning

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    I've pilfered the occasional bit from the community garden but bunnies have put it in the same rank as buddleia

    bet you have other edibles hanging about - unless you have been 'weeding'?
    I thought this too Tell us what you've got and we'll say if it's OK. Then you'll be their favourite person again.

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    Right so I've pilfered some bramble that was coming over the wall but they've turned their noses up

    I've got some roses but Blossom ate all the deadheads last week and they haven't had their 2nd flush yet.

    I seem to mostly have spurge weeds and I don't think they can have those. These are all my unidentified weedy bits or stuff I've forgotten I planted

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    And the stuff know I have:

    Sunflowers
    Petunias
    Begonias
    Pelargonium (the ones that are known as geranium but arent)
    Clematis
    Honeysuckle
    Red Jasmine
    Lavender
    Salvias but they're just recovering from being slugged
    Sennetti
    Chives
    Blueberries
    Fennel
    Marigolds
    Strawberries

    The veggie beds have peas, broccoli, brussel sprouts, tomatoes, corn, butterhead lettuce and courgette.



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    Quote Originally Posted by CarelessSquid07 View Post
    Right so I've pilfered some bramble that was coming over the wall but they've turned their noses up

    I've got some roses but Blossom ate all the deadheads last week and they haven't had their 2nd flush yet.

    I seem to mostly have spurge weeds and I don't think they can have those. These are all my unidentified weedy bits or stuff I've forgotten I planted [emoj
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    No Spurges. You've got Nasturtium and Herb Robert, but I think they are too tiny to rob. Best tasty morsel is the Sow Thistle in pic No 5. I bet they'll like that

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