What animals eat parsley?

What animals eat parsley?

Asked by: Algirdas Vollkmar

asked in category: General Last Updated: 2nd January, 2020

If so, then it is definitely possums. Brushtail possums were introduced into NZ and love parsley. Both brushtails and ringtail possums are common in my area and if they find my parsley (I have so much right now it has germinated in my lawn), it’s over red rover and whatever they can reach gets eaten down to the stems.


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Also asked, what animal eats parsley plants?

Rabbits have very sharp front teeth and make clean, angled cuts in plant stems – almost like someone clipped them with pruners. Groundhogs like parsley, too, but I’d cross them off of suspect list now since they’re in hibernation for winter.

Also Know, what is eating my parsley? Parsley Worm This larval caterpillar of the Black Swallowtail Butterfly gets its name from its tendency to find refuge in parsley plants. So if you do find parsley worms, seclude them to one or two plants. Share some parsley, receive some butterflies!

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Secondly, do squirrels eat parsley?

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Do possums eat parsley?

But possums are also gourmets. They’ll happily exist on a 90 per cent native diet, then mooch over to your roses for some variation. Winter parsley is especially tempting for possums. Possums can survive on winter gum leaves.