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Yellow Turtle

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I have these weeds with little yellow flowers growing outside my house.
Can anyone please help to ID this plant below and is it safe to feed the leaves and flowers for the torts?

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I'm giving a bump to to this thread as I have more plants that I'm not sure safe for my torts or not.

Please anyone help me to identify these plants below. Thanks a lot.

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The one on the bottom is a type of succulent...I think an aloe. Its safe, as are the others. I doubt a tortoise would eat something that didn't taste good.
 

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Thank you Emys for helping.
Anyone knows the weed type with yellow flowers on first picture?

It will be great if I can feed them as there are a lot of them outside my house :D
 

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first one looks like wedelia, which is toxic. Check a few pictures online to confirm
 

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Thank you redbeef.

The flower looks very interesting. But mine never grows one, instead has its small hatchling on bottom stem.
 

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Yellow Turtle said:
Thank you redbeef.

The flower looks very interesting. But mine never grows one, instead has its small hatchling on bottom stem.

I don't normally see them flower either, but they are very easy to propagate from the side shoots or 'hatchling's ;) you just need one plant to start a whole border or fenceline
 
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