Can Rabbits Eat Jasmine Leaves and Flowers

Can Rabbits Eat Jasmine Leaves and Flowers

Wondering, can rabbits eat jasmine leaves and flowers and is it safe for them to do so? Jasmine is part of the olive family, there are hundreds of species and it can easily be growing in your garden if you take a good look.

Jasmine is one of the many flowers that is ok for rabbits to eat, but you shouldn’t be going out of your way to give them large amounts. If you let your bunnies run freely around your garden and they graze on some jasmine it’s not cause them any problems.

Wild rabbits eat a lot of herbs, flowers, and wild plants. Domestic rabbits have a much different digestive system however and you need to keep an eye on what they’re eating. They’re not good at judging what is and isn’t good for them to eat.

Keep a constant flow of hay available for your bunnies to graze on. This keeps their digestive system operating well and provides the fibre they need. Some veggies and pellets provide the rest of the nutrition they need.