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Bearded Dragon Diet

October 10, 2016
By: Lilly Sawnee

Like many other animals, Bearded Dragons require a special diet. 

See below for lists of safe vegetables, fruits, and plants, as well as unsafe plants. 

Safe Vegetables

Acorn squashArtichoke heartAsparagusBeetsBeetroot
Bell PeppersBok ChoyBroccoliBrussels sproutsButternut squash
CabbageCauliflowerCeleryChicoryCollard greens
CucumberEndiveGreen beansLentilsKale
KohlrabiMushroomsMustard greensOkraParsley
ParsnipsPeas, greenPumpkinRadicchioRutabagas
Snow peasSpagetti squashSpring greensSweet potatoSwiss chard
Turnip greensYamsYellow squash

Safe Fruits

ApplesApricotsBananasBlackberriesBlueberries
ChayoteCherriesCranberriesFigsGrapefruit
GrapesGuavaKiwiMangosMelons
NectarinesPapayasPeachesPearsPineapples
PlumsPomegranatePrickly pearsPrunesRaisins
RaspberriesStarfruitStrawberriesTomatoes

Safe Plants

AlfalfaArugulaAstilbeBaby’s tearsBasil
BorageCarnationsChinese lanternCloverCoriander
DahliaDandelion greensDay liliesFennelFicus
HibiscusHollyhockLavenderLemon grassMequite leaves
Mint leavesMulberry leavesNasturtiumOreganoPansies
PetuniaPhloxRose petalsRosemarySage
ThymeWatercressYucca

Unsafe Plants

AcocantheraAmaryllisAngel’s trumpetAzaleaBittersweet
Black locustBoxwoodBraken fernBuckthornBurdock
ButtercupCaladiumCalla lilyCatclaw acaciaCaster bean
ChinaberryClematisCoral PlantCrocusDaphne
Death camasDelphiniumDieffenbachiaElderberryElephant’s ears
EuonymusEuropeon pennyroyalFour o’clockHeliotropeHenbane
HollyHorse chestnutHorse nettleHyacinthHydrangea
IrisIvyJack-in-the-pulpitJerusalem cherryJonquil
JuniperLantanaLarkspurLaurelLily-of-the-valley
LobellaMistletoeMock orangeMonkshoodMoonseed
Morning gloryNarcissusOakOleanderPeony
PeriwinklePeyotePhilodendronPoison hemlockPoison ivy
Poison oakPoison sumacPoinsettaPokeweedPoppy
PrimrosePrivetRagwortRed mapleRhododendron
Rosary peaShamrock plantSkunk cabbageSnowdropSorrel
SpurgesStar of BethlehemSweet peaTobaccoTulip
Virginia creeperVetchesWater hemlockWaxberryWild daffodil
WisteriaYew
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