What fruit and vegetables can rabbits eat as treats?
As a general guide, rabbits can eat the following fruits and vegetables:
Grasses (not lawn clippings), dandelion leaves, plantain, herb robert, rose bush leaves, nasturtium, wild geranium, strawberry and raspberry leaves, hazel tree leaves and branches, willow tree leaves and branches, apple tree leaves and branches, hawthorn, brambles, goosegrass, blackthorn, nettle (dried), cauliflower leaves, carrot tops, celery leaves, green pepper, kale, mint, romaine lettuce and spring greens.
OCCASIONALLY (IN SMALL AMOUNTS)
Apple (pipless), banana, savoy cabbage, turnip, carrot, swede, spinach, parsley, basil, dill, oregano and coriander.
The following fruits and vegetables should NEVER be fed to your rabbits:
Apple pips, avocado, potato, potato tops, rhubarb (leaves and stalks), tomato leaves, locust pods and beans, any plant that grows from a bulb, bluebell, yew, foxglove, garlic, onion, shallots and chives, hemlock, buttercup, dock, ivy, poppy, privet, primrose and ragwort.