Can Rabbits eat Asparagus fern? Asparagus fern is also called feathery asparagus and hails from the Family
Asparagus can be evergreen or deciduous perennials or subshrubs, sometimes climbing, with tuberous rootstock.
Stems bear both inconspicuous scale-like leaves and larger, leaf-like phylloclades, with small white or pinkish flowers followed by red berries. A. setaceus is a bushy tuberous perennial developing twining stems to 2.5m tall, with fine feathery bright green foliage, small white flowers and deep purple berries. It comes from South and East Africa. (Source)
So can rabbits eat Asparagus fern?
No, they can’t unfortunately. It is poisonous for rabbits to eat and should be avoided.
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