Agapanthus are commonly known as Lily of the Nile or African Lily and are a herbaceous perennial flower that mostly bloom in summer.
They have leaves that are curved, linear and basal.
Agapanthus plants can grow up to 60cm in length.
The plant has a mostly underground stem called a ruizome that is used as a storage organ.
They are native to Southern Africa in countries such as Mozambique, Swaziland, Lesotho, and South Africa.
However, they have become naturalized in scattered places across the world in countries such as Great Britain, Australia, Mexico, Ethiopia, and Jamaica. (source wikipedia)
So can rabbits eat Agapanthus?
Unfortunately, they can’t eat Agapanthus plants.
They are poisonous to rabbits and will harm them if consumed.
They make look like lovely flowers but they are plants to keep away from bunnies.