Fresh Rabbit Herbs & Plants

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At DRD Knaagdierwinkel® we proudly welcome a range of fresh rabbit herbs to our range. These tasty and healthy treats are a valuable addition to your rabbit's diet. In the world of rabbit herbs, fresh kr
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You can order Fresh Rabbit Herbs easily and quickly at DRD Knaagdierwinkel®

At DRD Knaagdierwinkel® we proudly welcome a range of fresh rabbit herbs in our range. These tasty and healthy treats are a valuable addition to your rabbit's diet. In the world of bunny spices, fresh herbs are not only a delight for the taste buds, but also provide a host of health benefits for your fluffy friends.

Fresh Rabbit Herbs are not only tasty, but also very healthy for your rabbit! Rabbits will often find fresh herbs slightly tastier than dried herbs. Some components can also sometimes be lost during the drying process. Fresh herbs are by far the healthiest for the animals.

The Benefits of Fresh Rabbit Seasoning

Rabbits naturally have a preference for fresh herbs, and there are good reasons why this is so. Freshly harvested herbs retain their full flavor and nutrients, while dried herbs can sometimes lose some of these valuable components. This makes fresh rabbit herbs not only tastier but also more nutritious for your rabbits.

Should you build up feeding fresh rabbit herbs?

When introducing fresh herbs to your rabbit, it is essential to do so gradually. The fresh herbs are supplied as living plants and can be placed directly in the rabbit enclosure. When you first give your rabbit fresh herbs, start with a small amount, such as one leaf. Monitor your rabbit closely to see how it reacts. Pay special attention to your rabbit's stool. If everything goes well, you can gradually increase the amount daily.

Where do our fresh herbs come from?

The fresh herbs come straight from the grocer! Our fresh herbs come from experienced herb growers and are carefully selected for their quality and freshness. For that reason, the herbs are not always available in their fresh form. Every herb has its own time when it can be sown and harvested, we keep a close eye on this biological clock, so when the fresh herbs are available, act quickly and let your animals enjoy them!

The herbs are specially grown for consumption, so they are organic.

How should you store fresh herbs?

Storing fresh herbs can be a challenge compared to dried varieties. Each type of herb requires specific care and attention. Make sure you provide the right conditions to maintain freshness. Some plant knowledge is required, because some herbs need more light and water than others.

Seasonal Freshness

When offering fresh rabbit herbs, we understand the importance of seasonal availability. Most plants are available seasonally because some plants do not thrive in winter. Certain herb plants are sensitive to low temperatures, which means they cannot be shipped during the winter months. That is why we do not offer these varieties during the cold season. Instead, you can get these treats in the spring, summer and part of the fall. Fortunately, the Grass Lily and the Vitamin Plant are available all year round, so your rabbits can enjoy these tasty treats all year round. Keep in mind that seasonal variation is a natural part of offering fresh herbs to your rabbits, and it provides them with the opportunity to enjoy a varied diet based on what nature has to offer at the time.

At DRD Knaagdierwinkel® we offer a varied range of fresh rabbit herbs, including blood sorrel , grass lily , vitamin plant , chamomile , thyme , wild strawberry , cat grass and balm . Treat your rabbits to these delicious, healthy treats and watch them enjoy the freshness and flavors that nature has to offer. Your rabbits will thank you for this extra dose of love and attention. Order your fresh rabbit herbs today from DRD Knaagdierwinkel® and give your rabbits the taste of nature.

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