MODERATOR NOTE: This list is to be used only as a quick reference. For more detail on the implications of feeding each plant, please see the noted sections. :carrotRabbit Safe Vegetables:carrot Alfalfa Sprouts Artichoke Leaves Arugula Asparagus Baby Sweetcorns (like in stirfry)*** Beet Greens Beetroot Bell Peppers (green, yellow, red, orange...) Bok Choy/Pak Choy Carrot Greens (tops) Carrot (limited amount, due to high sugar content - maximum 1 tbsp daily) Celeriac Celery (cut into small pieces to limit choking on strings) Cucumber Chard Chicory Greens (aka Italian Dandelion... see discussion here ) Clover (WHITE only) Collard Greens (be cautious, may cause bladder sludge (Kathy Smith)) Dandelion Greens (no pesticides) Eggplant (purple fruit only; leaves toxic) Endive Escarole Grass (if cut from your own chemical/fertilizer/poisonfree back yard) Kale Lettuce (Dark Green/Red Leaf, Butter, Boston, Bibb, or Romaine - NO ICEBERG [no nutritional value, may cause diarrhea]) Mustard Spinach Nappa/Chinese Cabbage Okra Leaves Pak Choy/Bok Choy Pumpkin Radicchio Radish tops (Limited amounts: can cause gas) Raspberry Leaves Rhubarb (RED STALKS ONLY - POISONOUS LEAF) Squash: Yellow, Butternut, Pumpkin, Zucchini Swiss Chard Turnip Greens Watercress Wheat Grass Zucchini SAFE IN MODERATION: Broccoli Brussels Sprouts Cabbage Cauliflower Kale Mustard Greens Spinach *** Regular corn is considered to be a controversial food by some folks:Hard Corn Discussion For more detail, please refer to Vegetables. Also see: Feeding Your Rabbit Vegetables. - How to feed vegetables QUICK LIST: International Rabbit-safe Food QUICK LIST: Gardening for your Bunny *** Copyright Autumn Gambles (2010) - Reproduced with Permission.