Bracken is a genus of large, course ferns from the family Dennstaetiacae. Ferns are vascular plants that have alternating generations with large plants that produce spores and small plants that produce sex cells.
They have large and highly divided leaves and are found on all continents except Antarctica and in all environments apart from deserts. They also have immature varieties called fiddleheads.
So can rabbits eat bracken at all?
Unfortunately, they cant eat it. Bracken is poisonous to rabbits and will harm them if they eat it. So steer clear of feeding it to bunnies.
Originally posted 2015-01-07 22:28:46.
Cactus is a member of the plant family Cactaceawithin from the order Caryophyllales. They are found in a range of shapes and sizes and live in habitats which are subject to at least some drought. Most live in very dry environments.
They adapt themselves to conserve water and almost all cacti are succulents. Most species of cacti have lost true leaves and retain only spines which are highly modified leaves. These spines help defend against herbivores and prevent against water loss by reducing air flow close to the cactus and provide some shade.
So can rabbits eat cactus at all?
Unfortunately, they cant eat them at all. They are highly poisonous to rabbits and should be kept away from them at all costs.
Originally posted 2015-01-07 22:12:25.
Caladiums are a genus of flowering plants from the family Araceae. Quite often they are known by the common name Elephant ear, heart of Jesus, and Angel Wings.
There are over 1000 named cultivars of the genus from the original south american plant.
They grow in open areas of the forest and on the banks of rivers, but they grow dormant during the dry season. They grow to between 15-35 inches tall and their leaves grow mostly between 15-45cm long.
So can rabbits eat caladiums at all?
Unfortunately, they can’t eat them at all. Caladiums are poisonous to bunnies and will harm them if they are eaten.
They are best avoided as far as bunnies are concerned.
Originally posted 2015-01-07 21:56:08.
Calla lillies are also called Zantedeschia and they fall into two main types, hardier outdoor forms often called arum lilies that have striking white flowers and more tender forms which have white-spotted leaves and pretty flowers in orange, pink, yellow or darker purple.
They are a species in the family Araceae, and are native to southern Africa in Lesotho,
So can rabbits eat calla lillies at all?
Unfortunately, they can’t eat them. Calla lillies are poisonous to bunnies and will harm them if they are eaten.
Originally posted 2015-01-07 21:39:57.
Chrysanthemums are also called mums or chrysanths and are flowering plants of the genus Chrysanthemum. They are originally from Asia and north eastern Europe. However, most species of Chrysanthemums originate from east Asia particularly China.
So can rabbits eat Chrysanthemums at all?
Unfortunately, they cant eat them at all. They are poisonous for bunnies and will be harmed if they do consume them. So steer clear of feeding them to bunnies.
Originally posted 2015-01-07 21:21:36.
Grape nuts are a breakfast cereal that was rested in 1897 by CW Post and is made of wheat and barley. It does not contain grapes or nuts deceivingly but does contain glucose.
So can rabbits eat grape nuts?
They can eat grape nuts but they are not particularly good for them. They just provide no nutritional benefit for them. So they are okay to have a little of.
Originally posted 2015-01-07 21:10:59.
Pine nuts are the seeds of pines. And eaten as a snack and as a dessert around the world.
So can rabbits eat pine nuts?
Let’s take a look a bit further at them by looking at their nutritional data. In particular, their fat, calcium, acidic, sugar, sodium and fibre content are of particular interest.
Amount Per 100 grams
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 68 g 104%
Saturated fat 4.9 g 24%
Polyunsaturated fat 34 g
Monounsaturated fat 19 g
Cholesterol 0 mg 0%
Sodium 2 mg 0%
Potassium 597 mg 17%
Total Carbohydrate 13 g 4%
Dietary fiber 3.7 g 14%
Sugar 3.6 g
Protein 14 g 28%
Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 1%
Vitamin D 0%
Vitamin B-6 5%
Vitamin B-12 0%
As you can see pine nuts contains a large amount of fat, fibre, and acidic content.
This makes them poisonous and extremely bad for rabbits to eat and they will be harmed if they consume them.
They are definitely a food to steer clear of feeding to bunnies
Originally posted 2015-01-07 20:20:34.
Pecans are popular nuts that are eaten around the world.
They are not truly a nut but are technically a drupe as they are a fruit that has a single stone or pit surrounded by a husk.
So can rabbits eat pecans?
Let’s take a look at their nutritional data and find out more about them.
In particular their fibre, sugar, calcium, acidic, phosphorus, and sodium content is of interest as far as bunnies are concerned.
Nutritional value per
Energy 2,889 kJ (690 kcal)
Dietary fiber 9.6
Vitamin A equiv.
lutein zeaxanthin (0%)29 μg
Vitamin A 56 IU
Thiamine (B1) (57%)0.66 mg
Riboflavin (B2) (11%).13 mg
Niacin (B3) (8%)1.167 mg
Pantothenic acid (B5)
Vitamin B6 (16%)0.21 mg
Folate (B9) (6%)22 μg
Vitamin C (1%)1.1 mg
Vitamin E (9%)1.4 mg
Vitamin K (3%)3.5 μg
Calcium (7%)70 mg
Iron (19%)2.53 mg
Magnesium (34%)121 mg
Manganese (214%)4.5 mg
Phosphorus (40%)277 mg
Potassium (9%)410 mg
Sodium (0%)0 mg
Zinc (48%)4.53 mg
As you can see pecans contain a large amount of phosphorus, calcium, are very acidic, and a huge mount of fat in them.
This makes them particularly bad for bunnies and should not be fed to them as they will harm them if eaten.
Can Rabbits eat Pecan branches and leaves?
Unfortunately, rabbits can’t eat pecan branches or leaves. They are unable to any leaves or branches from trees that produce stoned fruit as they are poisonous to bunnies.
Originally posted 2015-01-06 22:40:21.
Honey nut Cheerios are a cereal that is made by Kellogg’s and eaten around the world.
So can rabbits eat honey nut Cheerios at all?
Unfortunately they can’t at all.
They cannot eat nuts or honey coated foods and so it is a cereal for them to avoid. It is just too sweet for them and will harm them if they are eaten.
Try normal Cheerios instead!
Originally posted 2015-01-06 22:20:25.
Macadamia nuts are a nut that is eaten all around the world and is valued for its use a food snack.
Macadamia nuts a valuable food source, however only three of the species are sold commercially which are Macadamia integrifolia, Macadamia ternifolia, and Macadamia tetraphylla. They can be eaten raw.
Other types of Macadamia nut are toxic and are not eaten.
So can rabbits eat macadamia nuts at all?
Let’s take a look at their nutritional data, I particular the calcium, phosphorus. Acidic, sugar, fibre, and sodium content are of particular interest
3,080 kJ (740 kcal)
Sugars 4.57 g
Dietary fiber 8.6 g
Fat 75.8 g
*Saturated fat: 12 g
*Monounsaturated fat: 59 g
*Polyunsaturated fat: 1.5 g
Protein 7.9 g
Vitamin B6 (21%)0.275 mg
Vitamin C (1%)1.2 mg
Vitamin E (4%)0.54 mg
Calcium (9%)85 mg
Iron (28%)3.69 mg
Magnesium (37%)130 mg
Phosphorus (27%)188 mg
Potassium (8%)368 mg
Zinc (14%)1.30 mg
As you can see macadamia nuts contain a high amount of phosphorus, calcium, fibre, and an extraordinary amount of fat in them.
So unfortunately rabbits cannot eat macadamia nuts as they will harm them if they are eaten. So steer cares of feeding them to them.
Originally posted 2015-01-06 21:56:22.