Can Rabbits Eat Ash Tree? When fully grown, ash trees can reach a height of 35m. Tall and graceful, they often grow together, forming a domed canopy.
The bark is pale brown to grey, which fissures as the tree ages. Easily identified in winter by smooth twigs that have distinctively black, velvety leaf buds arranged opposite each other.
Ash thrives best in the fertile, deep and well-drained soil in cool atmospheres. It is native to Europe, Asia Minor, and Africa. It often dominates British woodland. (source)
So can rabbits eat ash tree?
Yes they can eat ash tree branches and bark. It is fine for them to eat.
For more foods that rabbits can and can’t eat, check out our rabbit food list.