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    Is this bunny safe?

    Iím looking for things I can easily grow inside for my bunny as we move his little garden in from the balcony over winter, and I keep seeing wheatgrass plants at the grocery store.

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    Wheat (and other cereal grasses) are what are grown indoors as cat grass. You can also buy them at places like Galen's Garden for rabbits and guinea pigs. They aren't really like outdoor grasses (higher in protein, more nutritious, as they are faster growing).
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    Yeah I saw on the info label that they are good for growing indoors. I struggle to keep bunny edibles alive indoors, Iím kind of dreading the winter because my bunny is so used to having all these plants now

    I will pick one up next time Iím shopping

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    I know what you mean about dreading winter with regard to bunny feeding. Mine have an amazing array of fresh forage Spring to Autumn, I feel so guilty in Winter when its a handful of dried forage & a few greens

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    I didnít even think ahead and dry anything and I canít find dried forage treats here like you can there. I also feel bad as he is also so used to our little morning sit out on the balcony while I drink my coffee, and that ainít happening anymore his area leads onto the balcony so he is just sitting and looking and waiting!

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