Bunny Garden Variety Pack

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All-in-One Bunny Garden Variety Seed Pack

100% Non-GMO, Pure Heirloom, Soy and Corn FREE Treats For Your Bunny That You Can Grow At Home! 

-- Feed and Heal your Bunny Naturally! --

All-in-One Bunny Garden Variety Seed Pack includes an assortment of the 15 most popular varieties that rabbits absolutely love to eat. These are the best healthy treats you can grow in your garden to feed your bunny.


Includes all of the following 15 varieties:

1. Alfalfa Sprouts (appx. 4,000 seeds)


  • These alfalfa greens are very good for younger rabbits and those that are underweight.  

    We have included alfalfa sprouts in this variety pack because they are one of the easiest varieties you can grow.  They are full of protein and calcium. A great addition to your baby bunnies diet. 

2. Borage (appx. 65 seeds)


  • Borage is another great plant to feed your bunny.  Very high in calcium, borage is like a powerhouse for supporting their cardiovascular system.

    The leaves may be harvested at anytime and can be used dried or fresh. The plant is best consumed fresh, right after harvest if you're looking for it's characteristic flavor, similar to that of a cucumber. 

3. Basil Herb Mix (appx. 120 seeds)


  • Rabbits actually love basil!  Mix some in with the rest of their feed and they will love you!

    When growing basil, as soon as you see flowers start to appear, make sure you pinch or snip them off.  This will help the plant stay focused on producing leaves and will encourage the plant to "branch out" as well.   Once your basil plant is about 6 inches tall, start pinching off the tops to encourage branching.

4. Little Finger Carrots (appx. 200 seeds) 

  • Bunnies absolutely love these carrots!  

    These Little Finger carrots are one of the quickest to grow. They produce 4" cylindrical roots. Tender and sweet variety . Can be grown in a small space quite easily.

    Carrots are a sun-loving plants that also like the cold. Just keep them consistently watered and they'll be happy.

5. Cilantro (aka coriander) (appx. 80 seeds)


  • Cilantro is high in vitamin K and A.  A great addition to any bunnies diet.

    Just make sure the plant is fairly established before you start harvesting so it will be able to handle the stress and recover as it continues to grow.  Once the flowers have gone to seed, start to re-sow more seeds. That way you won't run out and have a continual harvest of fresh cilantro on your hands.   You can harvest the leaves or the entire plant at once.


6. Dill (appx. 100 seeds)


  • Very beneficial to your bunnies health.  

    Fresh dill can be fed to your bunnies.  When you're ready to harvest, look for the dark green leaves, otherwise known as "dill weed".  You can harvest the leaves at any time. The young leaves tend to have better flavor.

7. Golden Celery (appx. 130 seeds)


  • Many people have reported that rabbits absolutely love to eat celery greens. Mix this into your rabbits diet and they will be sure to love it. 

    Start off with small amounts to get them used to it and increase gradually over a couple days.

    Celery is very easy to grow!

8. Space Master Cucumber (appx. 10 seeds)


  • Cucumbers are another great treat to feed your rabbits.  While cucumbers may not be as nutrient dense as others they sure do make a great treat. 
    The Spacemaster cucumber gets its name for that very reason ... It's the perfect cucumber variety for gardeners that want to grow cucumbers in limited space.

    The plant has short vines.  Extremely
    compact cucumber plant and produces excellent yields of delicious green cucumbers for your rabbit.

9. Premier Kale (appx. 60 seeds)

  • It's no secret that rabbits love leafy greens.  They are high in Vitamin A.  Mix some Kale into their diet and they'll be happy!

    The Premier Kale variety is a very flavorful Kale variety.  This variety will stay in the ground 3-4 weeks longer than other Kale varieties.  Also an excellent variety for a Fall and Winter harvest!

10. Dark Green Romaine Lettuce (appx. 135 seeds)

  • An essential ingredient to any rabbits diet is leafy greens!  Rabbits also love romaine lettuce.  Add this to their diet and they will be very happy!
    Large, upright, full-bodied heads with dark-green, slightly savoyed leaves that are mild and sweet. Plant reaches about 10 inches tall. Midribs are crunchy and juicy.

    Because of their higher chlorophyll content, romaine lettuces are among the most nutritious of all lettuces. Excellent performer in the inter-mountain region. Mosaic tolerant.

11. Red Salad Bowl Lettuce (appx. 150 seeds)

  • The Red Salad Bowl Mix is a really easy-to-grow lettuce variety. Extremely flavorful red leafs. Continues to grow as picked. As outer leaves are picked, inner leaves keep growing. Excellent addition for salads and garnishes 


12. Little Marvel Peas (appx. 15 seeds)

  • Rabbits love peas and pea shoots.  They can be quite high in sugar so feed them to your rabbits in moderation.  Rest assured they will absolutely love eating them!

13. Red Clover Sprouts

  • Rabbits also love clover sprouts.  They are very easy to grow and typically only take less than a week until they are ready for your rabbits to enjoy.

    These sprouts are actually larger and more flavorful than alfalfa sprouts and make a great addition to what you feed your rabbits.  They will be so happy eating clover sprouts.

14. Thyme (appx. 310 seeds)

  • Increases respiratory health. Also antibacterial. Harvest thyme throughout the summer. Try drying the sprigs in a warm, well-ventilated area and then store them in an airtight container. Thyme also freezes very well. Provides antioxidants & is an anti-parasitic.

15. Carrot - Kuroda, 8" Long (appx. 130 seeds) 

  • Plant produces high yields of flavorful 8" long orangish red carrots. Grows well in raised beds and compact spaces

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