Rabbits will eat many vegetables, including broccoli, beans, beet tops, carrots, lettuce and peas. They will devour many spring flowers including tulip shoots in the spring. Rabbits can also cause a great deal of damage by chewing the bark, buds and stems of woody plants.
Besides, do rabbits eat tomato?
Many of the common fruits and vegetables humans eat are also safe for rabbits. Remember rabbits are primarily leaf eaters not seed eaters. Keep in mind that some plants are toxic, and some plants are a mix - for example whilst tomatos are safe to eat, the leaves of the tomato plant are poisonous.
Do wild rabbits eat green tomatoes?
Yes, rabbits can eat tomatoes, but only as a treat. Either small or large, juicy or not, red or yellow, cherry or not, tomatoes are not poisonous. The fruit is not bad for rabbits excepting all plant parts like the leaves, vines, flowers, and stems which are toxic. The green fruits are also toxic.