A domestic rabbit's diet should mimic the wild as much as possible, with plenty of hay and grass, dark leafy greens and some pellet. It is important that the food comes from organic and pesticide free sources, and not from roadsides due to traffic fumes. Growing a small organic vegetable patch for your bunny is not hard. Rabbits love variety and fresh vegetables and herbs are a great source of nutrients for them. Makes a great gift!
This easy to grow Collection is suited for your Pet Bunny and includes 6 types of individually packaged seeds with Instructions:
- Heirloom Carrots Little Fingers (& carrot tops)
- Heirloom Cocozelle Zucchini (& flowers)
- Heirloom Tom's Mini Peas (& leaves and flowers)
- Heirloom Salad Mix (Arugula, Butter, Reds)
- Heirloom Herb Basil
- Heirloom Herb Dandelion
-- 6 small wooden Plant markers
Comes in a sturdy Bio-degradable Kraft Gift Box with decorative belly band.
Other Names: Bunny garden, organic bunny vegetable seeds, grow your own rabbit food, what do bunnies eat.
Seed count is between 50 and 200 approx. depending on variety.