Which plants are safe to feed rabbits? Rabbits should be fed unlimited grass or hay for the main part of their diet. Rabbits like variation in their diet so you can keep their meal times exciting by feeding small amounts of different plants and herbs. Before you start gathering treats for your rabbits, remember to pick them only in safe areas that are free from chemicals or other pollutants. Only feed plants that you can positively identify as safe. We would recommend feeding small amounts of a range of plants, rather than just one type of plant. As you can see below, there are lots to choose from! Are you concerned about your pet? Meet a vet online!Included free as part of many pet insurance policiesHelp, treatment and if you need it, a referral to your local vetOpen 24/7, 365 days a year Book an appointment Safe plants that rabbits can eat:AgrimoniaApple leaves and twigsAvensBlackberry leavesBlackcurrant leavesBurdockCamomileCalendulaCleavers (Goosegrass or sticky weed)CornflowerCommon mallowChamomileCurrantDandelionsEchinaceaGoats rueGolden rodHawthornHazelHerb RobertJerusalem artichokeLemon balmLady’s MantleMallowMarigoldMelilotMulberryNasturtiumNettles (dried)Plantain (broad leaf and ribwort varieties)Pear leaves and twigsRaspberry leavesRosebay willowherb (Fireweed)Roses (leaves and flowers)SainfoinShepherd’s purseStrawberry greensSunflowersVetchWillow leavesYarrowWild GeraniumSafe herbs that rabbits can eat:BasilCorianderCurly kaleDillFennelMintParsleyThymeAround 10% of your rabbit’s food intake per day should be made up of herbs, plants, fresh vegetables and leafy greens. This equates to a daily allowance about the size of your rabbit’s head, or an adult human-sized handful. Read more in our article about how to provide the right diet for your rabbits.Still have questions?Book a video appointment to have a chat with one of our vets.