Can bearded dragons eat daffodils? Daffodils have the latin name Narcissus and are grown from bulbs. They have a typical flowering time of between February to early May and are usually panted between September to October. They grow up to 5cm and spread to 50cm. They enjoy sun or light shade and are mostly fully hardy.
Can bearded dragons eat daffodils?
Unfortunately, they cant at all, as they cant eat any wildflower due to the risk of them carrying pesticides or parasites. A food to avoid.
For more foods that bearded dragons can and can’t eat, check out our bearded dragon food list.