Can rabbits eat daisies from your garden? They can do, and there aren’t any health concerns to them doing so. I wouldn’t pick daisies and put them in their cage though as they don’t offer much in the way of nutrition.
Daisies grow and spread around pretty quickly in the summer so it’s not uncommon to have them growing in the grass and around other flowers. If you don’t want them eaten up then put something round to protect them or keep your bunnies within their rabbit run.
I’m sure you’ve noticed that rabbits will have a chew on almost anything. They should have plenty of Timothy hay available in their hutch at all times, as well as pellets and fresh water. This makes up the staple of their diet, along with a cup of fresh vegetables and leafy greens each day.
Keep treats to a minimum and keep an eye on how much they are eating and grazing on around the garden.