Can Rabbits Eat Agapanthus?

Can Rabbits Eat Agapanthus?

Agapanthus is a perennial flower that mostly blooms during the summer months.

It is also commonly known as African Lily or Lily of the Nile.

They have leaves that are linear, curved and basal.

This plant can grow up to 60cm in length.

The plant is native to Southern Africa in such countries as:

  • Swaziland
  • Lesotho
  • Mozambique
  • South Africa

The stem of this plant is mostly underground and is called a ruizome.

So can rabbits eat Agapanthus?

No, rabbits cannot eat this plant as it is poisonous to them.

They make for pretty flowers but should never be eaten by your rabbit so make sure you avoid feeding this flower to them or letting them chew on it in the garden.

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