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www.saveafluff.co.uk/rabbit-info/poisonous-plants

Rabbits have strong tastebuds and will try anything even if it's poisonous - it's up to you to protect them! If in doubt - don't let them eat it. Rabbits don't know what is bad for them. Lettuce is bad. Here are some examples of toxic plants to avoid.

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Which Garden Plants Are Poisonous to Rabbits? Common garden plants that are poisonous to rabbits include the eggplant, potato plant, sweet potato plant, tomato plant and the root of mustard plants. Besides the potato plant, the eyes of a potato can also harm rabbits.

www.rabbitmatters.com/poisonous-to-rabbits.html

There are common garden plants that are dangerous and poisonous to rabbits. Good examples of those to stay away from are, Eggplants, Potato plants, Sweet Potato plants, Tomato plants and the root of mustard plants. While on the subject of potatoes, the 'eyes' of potatoes contain a toxin harmful to rabbits.

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Rabbits do not have an instinct for what plants are safe to eat and which aren't. If you let your rabbit out in your garden, chances are it will try a nibble at most things it can get its teeth on so when in doubt protect your plants with fencing or confine your rabbit to a safe area.

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The most important thing to do when addressing a rabbit problem in your garden is to start early before rabbits deem your outdoor space a great place to hang out. Here are some humane, non-toxic ways to keep rabbits away from plants in your garden (in no particular order). Add physical garden barriers.

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How to Have a Rabbit Friendly Garden. Rabbits love to explore and thrive in outdoor spaces. However, a garden or yard can hold many hazards, from poisonous plants to roaming predators, that can make your rabbit's safety uncertain. Minimize...

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Many plants listed here are not all poisonous, only parts of them are. Apple is a good example: the seeds are poisonous, but the fruit is perfectly fine for rabbits. Read the complete listing of the plant to get details regarding which parts to avoid. If no parts are listed, assume that the whole plant…

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Also visit the ASPCA’s Toxic Plant List and Wisconsin House Rabbit Society’s poisonous plant list (pdf) It is difficult to create a list of poisonous plants. While some plants are outright toxic to anyone who eats or comes in contact with the plant (Jimson Weed, nightshade), others may cause a reaction in some but not in others.

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While cute, rabbits can be serious garden pests! Thereâ s nothing quite like the frustration of carefully planting and caring for your garden, only for a family of rabbits to show up and mow your plants right down to the ground! Rabbits have favorite foods, and thatâ s why your neighborâ s plants may fare better than yours. But just like most animals, rabbits will eat just about anything if ...

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Plants Rabbits Will Eat. There are countless inter-related variables affecting what rabbits will eat in any given year. 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.