Fresh BIO Vitamin Plant
Fresh BIO Vitamin Plant €4,95

Fresh BIO Vitamin Plant

€4,95
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Fresh BIO Vitamin Plant for rodents & rabbits!

The vitamin plant, also called turtle plant, is a delicious and healthy addition to the daily menu of your rodent! The plant contains many important vitamins and minerals (including calcium) that will support the health of your rodent. This plant is therefore extremely suitable as decoration for the accommodation and especially as a supplement. As the name suggests, this plant was mainly used for reptiles, but is also very suitable for rodents and rabbits. Your rodents will enjoy nibbling on this healthy plant!

The Latin name of Fiesta is Callisia Repens. The plants we cultivate are absolutely free of pesticides. Fiesta is a great addition to the menu of your animals. You can spoil turtles, iguanas, bearded dragons, but also guinea pigs, hamsters, parakeets and parrots. Partly due to the high moisture content, vitamins and minerals, Fiësta is a healthy, fresh snack. This delicacy supplies various cellular substances for digestion and intestinal flora.

The plant can be placed with the animals in the enclosure so that they can nibble as needed.

These fresh grasses are an important part of the pet food. 100% natural and supplement dry food with essential vitamins.

These fodder crops grow according to the strict guidelines of the EU directives on organic farming. The production is under the constant control of an independent certification body.

PAY ATTENTION! These plants are specially grown as a food plant. Only use plants of biological origin for your rodents. Only then are you assured of a safe food source for your animals.

MORE NUTRITION IN FRESH PLANTS

A big advantage of the plants is that the vitamins and minerals are better preserved in contrast to the dried plants. The fresh plants are therefore much richer in nutrients than the dried plants and herbs. It is good to know that the plants are in optimal conditions with us and that we consciously take care of them so that the plants remain rich. Our purchasing policy has also been adjusted so that we only have fresh plants in our range. We have high demands!

WHICH PLANT TYPE FOR WHO?

All plants that are available from us are suitable for rodents. However, the plants all have their own special characteristics. The thyme plant smells wonderfully fresh and is good for the respiratory tract, the camomile plant has a calming and antibacterial effect, the blood sorrel works to purify the blood and the melissa is a source of vitamins and minerals, but it also smells deliciously of lemon. In short, all plants have their own special characteristics, colors and shapes.

Cat grass is well known among cats. This type of grass helps the cat remove hairballs, but other animals such as birds and turtles also benefit greatly from real natural plants.

THE PLANTS IN THE STAY OF YOUR RODENT

In terms of application, it varies per rodent. The plants can be placed in their entirety in the accommodation, but can also be offered in pieces. In the latter case, cut off pieces of the leaf and give it to your rodents. If you place the plant in its entirety in the enclosure, make sure that there is at least 3 cm of the plant. Remove the plant from the area to allow it to grow again. The plant can also be placed occasionally as a snack during the stay, for example fifteen minutes per day.

HAMSTERSCAPING WITH REAL PLANTS

The heart of the hamsterscaper is going to beat harder now, because a fresh plant in the residence is of course the ultimate natural decoration of the hamsterscaped residence. We can actually go in all directions here depending on the soil coverage. If you use a "soil" like soil cover such as humus, you could choose to plant the plants directly in the soil. The carrots will then continue to grow in the soil. This way you have a perennial in your home. How quickly the animals eat the plant depends on the rodent species. Mice, Dwarf hamsters and Hamsters often take things slower with the plants. On the contrary, gerbils nibble on it faster.

With hamsterscapen you can also choose to place the plant in a pot in the enclosure. An advantage of this is that it is easier to remove the plant from the area to allow it to grow.

NATURAL CONDUCT SHOW THROUGH THE FRESH PLANTS

The plants are therefore nutritious, healthy and also have a very beautiful decorative function, but there is something else we should not forget. The plants promote the natural behavior of rodents. In the wild, rodents are mainly looking for food and rabbits are actually eating all day long. Herbovores (plant-eating animals) have a gastrointestinal tract that can only work if new food is constantly eaten. The new diet pushes the old through the intestines, so it is also very important that rabbits have hay all day long.

In the wild the animals choose their own food, but a large part of the food consists of fresh plant parts. These are chosen for their fibers, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, proteins, but also for their medicinal effect. Many plants are known for their health-promoting properties. The animals know that like no other and also in the wild they instinctively look for the right plant for an ailment.

fresh rodent plant for rabbit, guinea pig, rat, mouse, gerbil, hamster and hamsterscaping

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8.7 / 10
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Renske 05 October 2019

Mijn hamster vond het fantastisch! Omdat hij het wel erg snel opat, heb ik na 1 dag het plantje tijdelijk uit zijn verblijf gehaald. Toen zag ik dat het toch wel een zwakker plantje was, met wat schimmelige wortels.

10 / 10
JMJ Vis 21 May 2019

Mooie stevige plant. Mijn hamsters smullen er van.

10 / 10
[email protected] 23 April 2019

Hamster vind het heerlijk! Kan het plantje tegen z'n kooi aanzetten en dan knabbelt hij zelf de blaadjes eraf.

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