Gosh, I’m not sure where to start as I’m sure the plants available/that would thrive are very different to local to me. What do wild rabbits eat is slightly different from what do pet rabbits eat, but you can adapt easily. So thank you to those that do take pics and give permission to share them. The seeds are big (size of a small pea) so they are easy to sow and great for children to have a go with. Whether wild or domesticated, grass and hay are necessaries in a rabbit diet. Violas are easy to start from seed. There are two types of marigold – Pot/English Marigolds (Calendula officinalis)  and French/African Marigolds (Tagetes). The spines are harmless and only need removing if the rabbit or guinea-pig has some dental problems. Or is it a case of planting a wide variety all at once so there will be plenty for them and plenty to grow?? I’m starting with flowers; here are my favourite  annual flowers (plants you have to resow each year) that you can start in the next few months. They aren’t the most common variety so you might have to pick them up online rather than a local shop. Start seed about 8 to 12 weeks before transplanting. This one is a no-brainer. In general rabbits will leave alone things like ivy and buttercups, particularly when they have access to plenty of other good to eat plants and grass. They come in two types, bu… African violets are flowers that are known as Saintpaulias. Any accidentally nibbling shouldn’t cause harm.. well at least not to bunnies, won’t do much good to the sunflower to get nibbled through! Before I get into the list of foods rabbits can’t eat, I should mention again that I already have a pretty detailed article in place listing all the foods rabbits can eat. It’s the Pot Marigolds that are rabbit safe. They are coming up everywhere, the little bunnies are eating them down to the ground. Make sure you pin it down tightly around the edges. Mine flower from summer right up until the first frost. They are also easy to grow, you can start them in pots or straight in the ground. They are herbivores and can make a quick meal of your garden. this page has been very intersting. There are countless inter-related variables affecting what rabbits will eat in any given year. 17-06-2009, 08:09 PM #2 Rabbits prefer bowls, so stick with a heavy ceramic bowl (a lightweight plastic dish will “wander” a lot, as rabbits … When they get hungrier they will eat almost the whole plant but right now they eat the tastiest part, the flowers. Can rabbits eat pansies? They don’t eat the bulb, just the leaves. Avoid cereal/grain mixes (such as rabbit mix muesli) as these can encourage selective feeding, nutritional imbalance and obesity [1, 4]. … Be aware, however, that celery can act in two ways. They don't eat the wild violets. They are all rabbit safe (should your bun accidentally nibble) and look pretty! Yes, I know the are a vegetable and I’ll cover those in a different post, but vegetables are plants too, we just happen to eat parts of them. A good place to start would be things that people eat – in terms of plants that tends to mean it’s fine for bunnies too. Shantelle | January 17, 2014 at 7:46 am. Required fields are marked *. Violas are grown from seeds. Most standard varieties of peas have white flowers… still quite pretty but for a real splash of colour try a mangetout (snow/sugarsnap pea) variety called Carouby de Maussane – 6′ tall with beautiful purple flowers. Typically the African violet is a common household indoor plant but can also be an outdoor plant. Hanging baskets are good too, or plants that are climbers or tall so you can protect the trunk with a circle of mesh and let the rest grow away out of reach. In addition, wild rabbits need to be given wide open spaces or at least special time dedicated to exercise and movement. A small amount will hopefully not do any harm. The conservation status of african violets has been classed as near-threatened. In all cases, you should avoid letting a baby rabbit run free as it can consume too much grass and essentially overfeed. African Violets are native to Tanzania and adjacent southeastern Kenya in eastern tropical Africa. Remember hay and/or grass are much more important and should make up the majority of diet.See: feeding tips to ensure rabbits eat plenty of hay. Thank you , Rabbits are very good at munching plants right down to the ground so I’d definately suggest some form of protection. These are brilliant, lovely big flowers in bright yellows, peach, oranges and reds and big bright green leaves to set them off. Yes, Rabbits can eat celery if it is fed in small pieces. Plants Rabbits Will Eat. You can also get ‘winter pansy’s’ in autumn which, in the UK at least, will flower through winter in a sheltered spot. But I am guessing these are a favorite of the bunnies. If you let the seed pods ripen and collect them when the go brown you’ll have free seeds for next year too! Viola can be directly seeded into your flower garden or seeded indoors for transplanting later. Edible peas aren’t quite so pretty or such a variety of colours but there are some pretty whites and pinks, particularly if you look online or at heritage varieties for next year. Mature violas can withstand occasional freezing temperatures, but new transplants may be damaged if exposed to a freeze. For example, using mesh or an upturned hanging basket over plants – the plants will grow through but the rabbits can’t eat the whole plant. We do not want to attract ever bunny to a meal but just something non-toxic, flowering, and water-wise for the desert. Rabbits dine out all year. I'm going to try some heuchera this year or next. Euonymus (Euonymus sp.). Unfortunately they are not good for rabbits to eat. I’ve never heard of this before. If you let the seed pods ripen and collect them when the go brown you’ll have free seeds for next year too! Any concerns e.g. It is a fact that bunnies can eat, and they do damage the viola. Manage risk where you can be removing plants that are easy to do so and watching carefully for signs they might have started on anything they shouldn’t. FYI, their favorite dressings are Ranch and Thousand Island. Can rabbits eat the leaves on pumpkin plants or are they poisonous? Following is a link to a comprehensive list of 100+ food that a rabbit can and cannot eat to stay healthy and happy, as well as some good advice. Can rabbits eat banana skin? I find an easy way to protect plants (at least while they are small) is to put an upturned wire hanging basket over the top , Irised are bulbs though are they ? They like full to partial sun. Feijoas (Acca sellowiana) are also known as pineapple guavas and guavas teens.No, rabbits are unable to eat Feijoas. although I think I’d rather just leave them to flower. And in which way are they not safe? WordPress Our bunnies love to eat flowers! I know the bulbs are definitely poisonous, I’m not sure on the rest of the plant but I’d err on the cautious side and say no leave that one alone. In this section, we look at every kind of foods that rabbits could possibly eat (or not) Here we look at the advantages and disadvantages of them and whether they would be any good for a rabbit to eat at all. Ps. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. They come in two types, bushes which funnily enough are bush shaped, and climbers which will ramble 6-8′ along the ground or up a fence, bamboo cane or rabbit run. Rabbits have tunnels all through this which they have made. This is important to know when we decide what is a healthy diet for our house rabbits. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Just a few of these variables include: population and overall health of the rabbits, weather conditions, geography and sources of food naturally available in surrounding woods and forested areas. It can make you feel like you need a guard tower and security lights to keep your plants safe because it’s impossible to predict which will be grazed or outright consumed by deer and rabbits each season. The seeds are big (size of a small pea) so they are easy to sow and great for children to have a go with. Several of the species and subspecies are endangered, and many more are threatened, due to their native cloud forest habitats being cleared for agriculture. Is there a study saying marigolds (Tagetes) are not safe? Grasses and Flowers that Rabbits Can’t Eat If you plan to let you rabbit run free in your garden then you should be aware of what plants will surround it. can they eat sunflower stalks, leaves and petals or is it just the seeds? I Planted the most beautiful Iris bulbs in the backyard transplanted from my mothers age old garden. They come in different sizes too, from 20′ giants, to dwarf ones that are only a foot tall. It’s said that any plant that grows from a bulb is toxic to rabbits. There is actually a bit more variation that that, I grew some with chocolate coloured flowers last year, and they also come in white, oranges, red, and even a deep reddish purple – some have multiple flowers per stalk. These are brilliant, lovely big flowers in bright yellows, peach, oranges and reds and big bright green leaves to set them off. We prefer the long, loose strands of hay as opposed to the pressed cubes or chopped hay. Horned Pansy/Viola (viola cornuta) - Can be eaten in a mix mix with other plants. Peas? Our two rabbits have free run of our 80ft garden and have lots of hiding places and I am loath to spoil this freedom but found out that we have a fair bit in the garden that is toxic – daffodils, hyacinth to name a few – we have easily removed these as they were in pots but we have a bigger problem and that is a large area of ivy which we have cleared for now but know it will be back so hoping to fence it off. Domestic rabbit diet. So deer and rabbits avoid eating it, but you as the gardener should too. They seem to self seed well too – I can see some young plants that germinated last autumn and hung around the winter – they’ll probably be some of the first flowers open when the weather warms up and I’ll sow more to flower a bit later so we get them through to autumn. They grow from about 6″ to 2′ depending on the variety so read the seed packet to make sure they’ll fit the space you have. Providing other objects to chew on is also a good idea. Rabbits tend to eat small amounts of food frequently throughout the day and withholding hay for long periods of time can lead to intestinal upsets and/or GI Stasis. Anyone got any other favourite rabbit safe flowers to recommend? Rabbits can eat celery leaves without any problems. When fed regularly – which is not recommended, it can have the effects of a diuretic which can cause rabbits to dehydrate. But one thing is certain: rabbits and deer will always eat the tulips. My efforts to grow giant ones seem to top out at a puney 7′ but I have fun trying each year. Banana skin is not considered toxic to rabbits by veterinarians, although they are not necessarily recommended, either. The trouble with being so tasty is it has a tendency to be popular with caterpillars and little black flies but you can pinch off the leaves or just let the caterpillars do their thing and the plants will have another flush of leaves once they turn into butterflies. In fact some bunnies just love them! Hi Sam, as far as I understand the whole thing is bunny safe, seeds aren’t too good for bunnies because they are high in fat but some people do feed as a treat. Just also found out that buttercups are toxic which not everyone might know. Plastic netting is the only effective way to stop this from happening. Make sure your rabbit eats plenty of hay and greens a day a rabbit 3 kilos and over should have 1 cup of greens a day and for rabbits 3 kilos and under should have half a cup a day no more or it can be hazardous. I’m guessing if you are enjoying them they are out of reach. Tall stalk, big yellow flower up top and big green leaves like steps all the way up. Guess I’ll toss them ….they were getting to be so pretty….sigh. It would be very difficult to remove or fence in, what are the chances they would attempt to eat the leaves or flowers – I assume they don’t taste nice. However, keep in mind that veggies should be given with moderation and frequently changed so the bunny can receive a broad spectrum of vitamins, minerals and various other nutrients. (source wikipedia) So can rabbits eat african violets? That's right – this plant is poisonous. Grumpy ain't gonna shed any tears over this one. You are here: Blog » Growing Things » 5 Rabbit Safe Flowers – Annuals. Deer prefer to eat irrigated and fertilized plants. Eating lots of hay/grass helps wear down rabbits' constantly growing teeth and keeps tummies healthy. To receive email updatesEnter your email address: The Rabbit House is proudly powered by great post – thank you! Cultivated versions of what grows local could work too as the bunnies would be used to it. Of course, in a domestic setting, your pet rabbit will already have plenty of fresh water to drink and so won’t need to seek out rabbit safe foods with a higher water content. Pansies and violas (Viola sp.). Rabbits need to chew on things regularly to keep their teeth trimmed and healthy. Keeping the base of the plant protected and just letting them nibble the end shoots is a nice compremise. Hi there just a question can herbs be dryed out and kept as well or just grass I just want to have all year round so am not sure if the same nutriances will be there. Thankyou so much. Pansy flowers are a similar shape to nasturtiums but they come in an even bigger range of colours, from white to pink, red, blue, purple, yellow, orange etc. Everyone knows what a sunflower looks like right? Several of the species and subspecies are endangered, and many more are threatened, due to their native cloud forest habitats being cleared for agriculture. If your rabbits have been living there without issue I wouldn’t be inclined to panic about it now – if they were going to eat a plant they’d likely decimate it, that it’s still growing without signs of rabbit damage to me implies they aren’t eating it and probably won’t start. They are big orange and yellow flowers – often sold as cut flowers, so good if you want something to pop in a vase inside that you don’t need to panic over when Scamp jumps the table, hops across a book shelf and sniffs the flowers with his teeth. If people can put pansy and viola flowers on salads and eat them, deer surely can. I am now planting sunflowers and marigolds. The creamy snack will do nothing for rabbits, except possibly give them a tummy ache. If you do not want them to damage these ornamental plants, you should consider using bunny repellents, … Here’s a list of flowers you can offer your rabbits in addition to their regular diet. 13. (source wikipedia). Your email address will not be published. Hoping these have more of a chance to grow. The list of what do wild rabbits eat can also include tree bark, although they prefer fresh green foods with a high nitrogen and water content. Wood is a popular and natural choice for rabbit owners but not all types of wood are safe—something to keep in mind when choosing wood for a rabbit hutch or for rabbit toys. Again sunflowers have big seeds, that you can collect and sow (or eat) the next year, and they are easy to grow. Notify me of follow-up comments via e-mail. on Wednesday, February 29th, 2012 at 10:25 am and is filed under Growing Things. It’s difficult because generally there is no scientific information on toxicity levels specific to rabbits for individual plants, so safe/unsafe lists are based on general information about a plant, rather than the quantity a rabbit would need to eat for it to cause a problem. This entry was posted Aconitum (Monkshood) A clue into why this plant is resistant to pests is another common name, Wolfsbane (in addition to other "-banes"). We have a golf course near by that has tons of bunnies and near every morning I see about 20 near my house…. DH is not going to be happy that I picked yet another thing that they eat. They are a genus of 6–20 species of herbaceous perennial flowering plants in the family Gesneriaceae. There are many misconceptions regarding this topic. Make sure you feed plenty of hay and keep eye on on the poop. I think you have to way up risk – no one can tell you it is 100% risk free, but having lots of space is very enriching so there are lots of benefits. There’s even a cool option to download that Rabbit Food List to keep with you just in case. They are quite happy to self-seed all over your garden. Entries (RSS) At Online Rabbit Care, we look at the good, the bad and the … I know mixing gardens and bunnies can be a bit tricky, so I thought I would share a few ideas for what to grow. Potatoes. Mallows are safe for rabbits the flowers, leaves and branches too. We would really appreciate any practical advice on how to go about this. For spring blooms, you need to start your Viola in pots and containers indoors six to eight weeks before the last frost. Not that he would ever do that! I am going to be pulling out a bunch of winter pansies and thought if it was safe for the buns, I would give them a few. I live in Las Vegas NV. We are in the process of putting up nice mesh cages around them. You can also cut the flowers to have in a vase. Perhaps pop in your local garden store and see if they can recommend any. So things like herbs and any edible flowers. I think the seeds are the main issue so if you cut the flowers as they fade that should stop it producing seed and make it flower more so as a side benefit. you rabbit acts unwell, stops eating or stops pooping get in touch with your vet. Do be aware of predators in a big open space – they’d worry me more than plant issues. They are also easy to grow, you can start them in pots or straight in the ground. can domestic bunnies eat the petals from tulips ? Rabbits can be fed small, measured amount of pellets/nuggets each day, ensuring they get all the vitamins and minerals they need.See: meal planner. Rabbits can get by without pellets as long as hay and fresh green vegetables are given every day. Did you know you can eat sun flower buds…. Raven, Unfortunately rabbits will eat anything not protected – sunflowers and marigolds are very tasty. You may find with four it’s best to keep the majority protected from them and then cut them a ration to eat from what you grow , I had no idea sweet peas were poisonous! Due to high sugar concentrations it is possible bacterial dis-balance within the digestive system, and may also cause a rabbit’s desire to eat only fruits, not their normal, healthy food. Potatoes are high in carbohydrates and starch, both of which can cause issues for your bunny’s digestive system. Those things are nearly impossible to get rid of and they spread like wildfire. Although potatoes won’t necessarily poison rabbits, this human-favorite vegetable isn’t ideal for them. Click here to find out more. Rhubarb Rabbits will also eat bark on trees, tender twigs and sprouts, fruits, seeds and other nutritious foods in much small amounts. Pansy’s are a little more tricky to grow from seed but they are very commonly available as plug plants so you can cheat and just plant them out. Examples include wooden chew blocks or old telephone books. Unfortunately they are not good for rabbits to eat. Unfortunately, there isn’t much in the way of scientific study on rabbit safety for a lot of plants, so in general it’s a case of going for what is definitely safe and avoiding others, though it’s quite possible they could be fine too. The whole plant is rabbit edible, sow extras and you can thin them out by eating the growing shoots or leave them to grow on for tasty pods (the pods are better for rabbits than actual peas so pick them before they start to swell up). There are actually a few plants that rabbits and deer won’t eat. What can rabbits eat? The whole plant is rabbit (and human) safe, leaves, flowers and seed pods. I gave my rabbit some french marigold I didnt know there was a difference will it hurt them im really upset after reading this I hope you can help. You can purchase water bottles for rabbits, but these are largely used in breeding facilities and the like because they are convenient for staff—not because rabbits enjoy them. Animals like deer do indeed just pick off the flowers, especially this early in the Pansy season. We have 4 rabbits that are all kept free to roam in our garden. My young sons get so excited to see them! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. They are easy to grow, and again, the seeds are quite big and easy to save from year to year. Your email address will not be published. This week I’ve been sorting through my seeds and working out what I should be planting when and how I’m going to fit it all in. I love sunflowers! They will devour tender shoots in spring and gnaw through bark in the winter. Reply. You can tell when rabbits, not deer, have been chewing on your plants because rabbits make clean, 45-degree cuts in young stems and can reach only approximately 3 feet high. I just planted them for the buns. The majority of the house rabbit diet should be composed of grass hay (any variety). Climbing Roses - Non-toxic, can be fed. Apparently I take quite a lot of rabbit photos and not so many flower photos so these are stock images, as obviously there are no flowers out to take pics of until later in the year when it’s too late to start sowing. If you would like to start your own indoors, the process is very straightforward. Moist, nutrition-rich garden and landscape plants provide protein, carbohydrates, salts, minerals and up to one-third of deer's daily water needs, according to the University of Georgia. The plants themselves are smaller and more compact so they are great for hanging baskets or window boxes. Camelia - Non-toxic, can be fed. We want to enhance the garden for them by planting some of the flowers, and plants suggested on here, (creating somewhat of a McGregor garden) but wondering how to actually go about it….Once we start planting I assume everything needs to be covered with some sort of netting or fenced off to allow it to grow otherwise it will all be munched before plants fully grow?? I am currently redo the front yard landscaping but I want it to be safe. A small amount of banana peel might be safe for your rabbit to eat. I thought they were a type of Tibet / rhizome. Tender, moist plants such as violas, … Sweet peas are very pretty but they are also poisonous, so if you want pretty climbing flowers, that are completely rabbit safe, the edible kind is a better option. The conservation status of african violets has been classed as near-threatened. Try to feed you rabbit on pellets because the mixed foods can make your rabbit fussy at eating different things. The short answer is yes, it can serve as a dessert, but It should be given in small quantities (once or twice a week). and Comments (RSS). A surprising number of animals like banana peels, including rabbits. 12. They are a great treat and can be sprinkled over hay to make it a bit more interesting and tasty. Rabbits over here ate the lamium too. I think you’ll probably fine as long as you avoid anything specifically marked as toxic, or can causes allergic reactions ie the sort of thing you wouldn’t want around your children anyway. But can rabbits eat bananas skin safely? Biggest problem is a large patch of periwinkle which has been growing for many years as ground cover and intertwined amongst many bushes which I have now researched and realise that it is toxic. Jacobs Ladder/Greek Valerian (polemonium caeruleum) - Non-toxic, can be fed. Tender shoots in spring and gnaw through bark in the family Gesneriaceae deer will always eat leaves... 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