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    New Kit GretchenBun's Avatar
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    Default Bunny Safe House Plants

    I would like to decorate Gretchen's dog crate with some pretty house plants that are safe for her to nibble on through the top bars.

    I know that many house plants are toxic to buns. Does anyone know of a list or have some suggestions?

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    Jenni

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    How about having pots of herbs? They're definitely safe for bunnies and look quite nice
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    I didn't think of that! I bet there are quite a few herbs that will grow well indoors. I had been thinking of veggies, but knew they wouldn't do well with the low light conditions, but I bet there are some herbs that would.

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    I planted a variety of herbs in my rockery instead of flowers/plants with wire mesh around them so they couldn't eat the whole thing, just the bits that come through the mesh.

    They won't eat them.

    They hop onto the rockery, sniff them and turn and hop off again.


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    yes, herbs is a good idea 'specially parsley-all my rabbits love that!
    Gill

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