Can bearded dragons eat dandilions?
I saw some where that bearded dragons can eat dandilions. If so, which part? (the stem/ greens or the actual yellow flower?)
Do i need to chop it finely? Just general preparing tips. Thanks :)
- Winged WolfLv 69 years agoFavorite Answer
All parts are edible, but the stem contains a lot of milky white sap which is bitter. Your dragon will love the leaves and the flowers.
By the way--you can eat the leaves, too. Just toss them into your next salad. The young leaves will be less bitter. They're very nutritious.
Chop them just as you would any of his other salad greens.Source(s): I am a reptile breeder (and fan of wild foods).
- TristanLv 49 years ago
just the stem not the end
- 9 years ago
You feed them the greens:)Source(s): Owner of two beardies