Q. I divided some large hostas last spring and moved one to a bed at the foot of my driveway. It did well for several weeks, then something ate it. It grew back but was eaten down to the ground again. This happened two more times before the fall die-back. The plants near the house have never been eaten. I don’t live anywhere near woods, so I can rule out deer. We do have a lot of bunnies, but I’ve seen them in the other bed with the uneaten hostas. What can I do to prevent this plant from being eaten this year? I don’t want to use anything that will hurt the bunnies. — D. Jorgensen, Chesapeake.