Do rabbits eat marigolds?

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Rabbits normally eat marigold despite their pungent smell. Rabbits can also eat anything particularly when the food is scarce. Some of the other foods that they can eat are mustard greens, raspberry leaves and collard greens.
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Do Rabbits Eat Marigolds?
Rabbits eat almost anything that grows, including marigold flowers (Tagetes spp.). Horticulturists say that although rabbits are unenthusiastic about munching on certain plants, they will eat what doesn't appeal to them when food is scarce. While... More »
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