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Preitler

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Broadleaf Plantain? That would be perfectly fine.

My take is that if they eat it if there is a choice of a lot of other greens it's ok, I stopped reading lists of "toxic" plants long ago.
 

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I have the narrow leaf growing in my yard, and my rabbits LOVE it!
 

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We have the same plant here, it's called "teeleht" in estonian (directly translates to tea leaf/leaf by the road). My boys never had an issue with them.
 

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Oh my gosh! My yard is filled with these more than dandelions. This is great to know!!!
 

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As a side note, narrowleaf plantain is one of the safe greens that don't need much getting accustomed to it, it is a very good option when there is any digestion trouble, to get them eating. As are leaves of roses, apple trees, blackberry and so on. It's always good to have a stash of those dried for emergencies.

I don't think broad leaf plantain is much different. It's very resistent to be trodden upon and grows more likely under difficult conditions.
 

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Our yard with those leaves and dandelion, and we have three apple trees, a blackberry bush, and a rose bush! Plenty of leaves for Dune!
 

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