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Calocephalus for Russian Tortoise?

Discussion in 'Tortoise Diet and Food' started by mpr2101, Jan 3, 2019.

  1. mpr2101

    mpr2101 New Member

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    A friend recently gave me a calocephalus -- also called "cushion bush" and "silver sand" and a member of the Aster family, according to the internet. Does anyone know if russian tortoises can eat this? I couldn't find it on the tortoise table, but I'd like to put it in our tortoise's enclosure. Not if it's poisonous, though, obviously.
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    Yvonne G Old Timer TFO Admin 10 Year Member! Platinum Supporter

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    I couldn't find it on any list, but seeing a picture of it I wouldn't think it would be something a tortoise would be interested in.
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