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Home Forums DIET & CARE Is this plant safe?

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    kullboys
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    Hi everyone! I was just curious if anyone knew if a lemon button fern is rabbit safe? Of course I don’t intend on my buns eating it but if they were to nibble on it would it cause any harm? I know they aren’t toxic to cats or dogs but that doesn’t always mean rabbit safe as well! I just think they are so pretty but don’t want to risk my bunnies health by getting one! 

    Thanks.


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    Dface
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    As far as I am aware lemon button ferns are classed as a true fern, the majority of which are non toxic.

    Some of the most common ferns that are toxic are Bracken fern, California fern, Cloak fern, Jimmy fern, Plumosa fern, Sprengeri fern, Lace fern and Maidenhair fern.

    However seeing as it is a houseplant and will likely be kept out of reach of nibbly noses I dont think it would be a huge issue. Especially as it hasnt had recorded toxicity in any other domestic animals


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