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Image ECMAScript program Apple tree leaves
The leaves and branches from apple trees are a firm favourite with rabbits. The leaves can be used at any time of year, even in autumn when the dry leaves fall from the trees.
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Image JPEG image Fruit tree leaves in autumn
The leaves and branches of any fruit trees (apple, pear, plum) are enjoyed by rabbits. They especially enjoy the dry leaves that fall from the trees in the autumn. Rabbits also enjoy stripping the bark and chewing any branches or twigs they are offered.
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Image ECMAScript program Pear tree leaves
Pear trees (Pyrus sp) are a favourite fo rabbits. They enjoy the windfalls in the autumn and also the autumn leaves as they fall. Twigs and leaves from the tree can be offered at any time of year. The leaves can be dried and stored for winter.
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Image JPEG image Raspberry and Tayberry
Raspberry (Rubus idaeus) , Tayberry (Blackberry x Raspberry) and Loganberry are all very similar to rabbits who eat the leaves and young shoots
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Image JPEG image Buddleia
Buddleia (Buddleia davidii) or Butterfly Bush is a common garden plant and garden escape. It can be found along fences, by railway tracks and on almost any patch of waste ground. It is safe to feed to rabbits although they do not always eat it.
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Image Dill
Photo by Steve Kirtley. His rabbits really enjoy this herb.
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Image Lemon Balm
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is easy to grow and easy to pick for rabbits
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Image JPEG image Pea plants
Any pea plants that are grown in the vegetable garden can be fed to rabbits. They really enjoy eating them if the plants are old and starting to dry out.
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Image ECMAScript program Greengage leaves
Leaves from greengage (and plum or damson) trees can be picked for rabbits. The fruits are not suitable as rabbit food although wild rabbits that live in orchards or gardens with fruit tree seem to come to no harm. The stones contain a compound that breaks down into hydrogen cyanide when ingested but it is unlikely that a rabbit would eat any stones, let alone enough to poison it.
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Image JPEG image Jerusalem Artichoke
Jerusalem Artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus) is grown as vegetable. The tubers are enjoyed by rabbits and they will eat the leaves too.
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