Impatiens are a genus of about 850 to 1,000 species of flowering plants, widely distributed throughout the Northern Hemisphere and the tropics. Together with Hydrocera triflora, impatiens make up the family Balsaminaceae. They are also known as jewelweed, touch-me-not, snapweed, and, for I. walleriana in Great Britain, “busy lizzie”, as well as, ambiguously, balsam.
So can rabbits eat Impatiens at all?
Unfortunately, they cant eat them at all. Impatiens are poisonous to rabbits and will harm them if they are eaten.