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Old 03-01-2015, 10:45 AM
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hi everyone

tulips and daffodils are my favorite flowers, every spring i love to have them all around the house, but this is my first spring with my budgie so im trying to be extra careful what things i have around the house

can anybody tell me for definite if tulips or daffodils are safe for them if she was to try and eat it?

if not, can anyone tell me what other common flowers are safe?

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Both Tulips and Daffodils are toxic for budgies.

There are multiple on-line lists if you do a google-search indicating plants that are toxic and those that are non-toxic.
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They all fall into the general group as onions and such.
Daffodils are poisonous, tulips, not sure about it, but animals shouldn't be eating onions either...
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Roses are safe.
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Roses are safe.
well, yes, but decorative flowers are raised differently. Chemicals could be a concern (if they are from your yard, you know what you put on them)
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Carla,

Here is a link to a list you may find helpful.

https://www.cockatielcottage.net/houseplants.html

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thanks for your help everybody, your answers were very helpful

p.s. sorry for the late reply, have just got around to checking my posts.
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