Busy lizzies are also called Impatiens walleriana (syn. Impatiens sultanii), balsam or simply impatiens, and are a species of the genus Impatiens, native to eastern Africa from Kenya to Mozambique. They are a flowering herbaceous perennial plant growing to 15–60 cm (6–24 in) tall, with broad lanceolate leaves 3–12 cm long and 2–5 cm broad.
So can rabbits eat busy lizzies at all?
Unfortunately, they cant eat them at all. Busy lizzies are extremely poisonous to them and will harm them if they are eaten.