The Common Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) is the most popular perennial forage plant for rabbits. All parts of the plants are edible including the flowers, stems and roots. There are many forms of the common dandelion with slightly different leaf shapes and growing habits. Dandelions can be found on verges, wasteland, meadows gardens, woodland, and other places. The plant is often considered to be a weed but it useful for rabbits. It tempts anorexic rabbits to eat and can be fed to rabbits with urinary tract disease because of the high water content (85%) and diuretic properties.