Woman v Rabbit

Woman V Rabbit blog is written by Tabitha Fox and by the occasional guest blog writer. This blog combines my love of self-sufficiency, home growing and the stress of owning a free-range rabbit.  Life often gets very busy but Covid-19 has been the catalyst to get my garden growing again! 

I have been using this time in lockdown to define different areas of my garden, build new beds, grow food and be amazed at the diversity of wildlife that I am very lucky to have here.

This blog is designed to grow into a helpful source of information for anyone with a bit of space to grow veggies and an interest in sustainability.  Gardening on a shoestring, with optional power tools, hedgehogs, and eco-friendly toothbrushes. And to be quite frank, anything else that takes my fancy as I go through life. 

All my planter creations are made from repurposed and upcycled wood, delivered to me by my ‘wood fairies’

Sadly, my free-range rabbit Oliva has passed away, but her memory lives on and I will leave the original introduction of the Woman V Rabbit blog here as a memorial to her. "The rabbit works hard to ensure that I still buy veg from the supermarket, but… one day… my crops will be consumed by the humans they’re intended for"   "All my planter creations are specifically designed to be rabbit-proof."  


The Compost Heap – The Heart of the Garden

The compost heap is the ultimate recycling machine, taking garden debris, kitchen waste, shredded paper and cardboard and turning it into the black gold that is nutrient rich compost. Fill or top up beds and pots, dig it into the borders or top dress with it. The nutrient enriched compost is returned to the earth and the garden soil is renewed.


Herbs Glorious Herbs

The list of herbs that can be grown in an English garden is as long as it is fragrant. Oregano, rosemary, lavender, sage (original green and purple), chives…

A Cold-frame growing tale

A Cold-frame growing tale

Women V Rabbit – A Cold-frame growing tale and other self-sufficiency successes (and failures!). Aside from my need to create, or perhaps as part of my need to create, I need to grow.  


Woman V Rabbit

The Woman V Rabbit blog is born from both my love of growing fruits and vegetables at home and the stress caused by the complete carnage my free-range rabbit causes in my garden.