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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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