THE POISONOUS PLANTS GUIDE
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Foods That Can Kill Your Rabbit
Following is a list of plants that rabbits should NOT eat. Unless otherwise stated, consider all parts of the plant poisonous.
Madagascar Dragon Tree
Mauna Loa Peace Lily
Mayapple (all parts except fruit)
Mescal Bean (seeds)
Mock Orange (fruit)
Monkshood (leaves, roots)
Morning Glory (all parts)
Nightshades (berries, leaves)
Oak (acorns, foliage)
Oleander (leaves, branches, nectar)
Peach (leaves, twigs, seeds)
Philodendron (leaves, stem)
Poinsettia (leaves, flowers)
Potato (eyes,new shoots, green parts)
Privet (all parts)
Rhododendron (all parts)
Rosary Pea (seeds)
Skunk Cabbage (all parts)
Snowdrop (all parts)
Snow-on-the-Mountain (all parts)
Split Leaf Philodendron
Star of Bethlehem
String of Pearls
Sweet Pea (seeds and fruit)
Swiss Cheese Plant
Tomato (leaves, vines)
Virginia Creeper (berries, sap)
Walnuts (hulls, green shells)
Wisteria (all parts)
Yam Bean (roots, immature pods)
Yew (needles, seeds, berries)
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