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Zone 17078 | ashhbeckk added on April 8, 2016 | Answered

I just got a bearded dragon and they are allowed to eat a large variety of flowers and plants. I am planning on starting a garden to grow some to feed him. I have never gardened before and honestly know nothing about gardening. I live in central, PA. I was wondering if you could tell me on the list which would be easiest for me to grow as a beginner. I am looking to grow as many as I can. I want to create a garden. Here is the list of my options: Alfalfa Impatiens Petunia Astible Johnny-Jump-Up Viola (flowers) Phlox Baby's Tears Hibiscus, Tropical (flowers, leaves) Rose (petals) Basil (leaves and flowers) Hibiscus Grandiflora (petals) Rose-of-Sharon (petals) Chinese Lantern (flowers) Hollyhock (leaves, flowers) Rosemary (leaves, flowers) Carnations (petals) Hens and Chicks Sage (leaves, flowers) Chamomile (English) Maple (leaves) Spider Plant (leaves) Clover Mesquite (leaves) Split-Leaf Philodendron (leaves) Dahlia (flowerhead) Mint/Peppermint Squash / Zucchini (flowers) Daylilies (flowers) Mulberry leaves Thyme (leaves, flowers) Draceania (cornplant) Nasturtium (flowers, leaves) Violets [not African] flowers, leaves Fennel Oregano Wandering Jew (leaves) Ficus (leaves) Pansies (flowers) Yucca (flowers) Grape (leaves, fruit) not ornamental Pea, Green Bean (leaves, pods)

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    Answered on April 9, 2016

    Good luck with your new garden project.
    Here is a link that will help you get started.


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