As an amazing bunny parent, you know how important fresh vegetables and herbs are to your bunny's diet (and yours). Now is the time to get outdoors and begin planting all of those luscious greens! Even if you don't have a yard, you can plant some bunny-friendly veggies and herbs in your home window boxes. So put your bunny on a lead, grab a trowel, and get ready for some spring planting!
2. Your bunny will want to dig in the dirt, so make sure you leave him/her plenty of space in the garden to create an adequate bunny burrow palace! He/she may even enjoy playing with the flower pots.
3. Make sure you consult with your bunny on appropriate plantings. There is no telling how an angry bunny may react to finding that you didn't plant his favorite veggie. For a comprehensive list of bunny safe veggies and herbs you can follow the links below.
4. Don't forget to water your little seedlings and place the pots in a warm and sunny window!
We like this watering can
5. After you clean up your mess, your bunny will be tired from all of that digging and chewing. Make sure that he/she has a nice cozy place to nap.
6. Make sure to care for your seedlings ensuring they have adequate sunlight and water. When they are fully grown, you can let your bunny nibble on them straight from the pot (as long as you didn't use pesticides of course) or you can pick them and make a yummy salad to share!
7. Don't forget to share pictures of your gardening adventures with us here on the Bunny Blog and on any of our social media channels!
In case you missed it! A link to all of the items needed to complete this project: