Their beautiful flowers make chrysanthemums some of the common and sought for ornamental plants in most homes. Are these flowering plants safe for bunnies and will your rabbits eat them?
Foods that rabbits eat
Is it ok for bunnies to have pumpkin including their leaves, skin and the plant or is this summer squash not good?
Sweet potatoes are nutritious tubers with edible young leaves and shoots. Do rabbits eat them, their leaves or vines or are they poisonous and harmful?
If you love your health, thyme is a must-have herb. It is known to help reduce blood pressure, colon and breast cancers and minimize foodborne bacterial infections. Can your rabbits also have a share of this herb?
Rosemary is hailed for its many benefits to human beings including improving memory and concentration, improving digestion, as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, among many others. What about to rabbits, do they like it and is it safe for these pets?
Do bunnies eat dill or is it harmful? If you intend to feed it to your furry friend, here is all you need to know about this herb used for culinary purposes especially in Europe and Asia.
Can you feed dandelions to your rabbits including their flowers and greens (leaves and stems) or is this weed (culinary or medicinal plant in some settings) harmful?
Do rabbits eat mint including fresh mint leaves and plant or are they harmful? Will these pets destroy your mint plants in your garden if given access?
Do rabbits eat oats, oatmeal or rolls? What about oat hay? Can I give these foods to my bunny or are they harmful?
Greens beans and their sprouts are common vegetables in most homes. Can you share them with your rabbits or are they harmful?