What plants can I put With Golden pheasant

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  1. the beginner

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    What plant can I put in my enclosure with my golden pheasant
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  2. That Quail Lady

    That Quail Lady Out Of The Brooder

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    I'm going to tell you about some plants to put in their h health benefits, we plant in ours encloser.

    Basil - antibacterial, mucus membrane health, repels flies and mosquitoes

    Bay Leaves - antiseptic, antioxidant, immune system booster, insect repellent

    Bee Balm - antiseptic, antibacterial, respiratory health, calming

    Borage - high in calcium, betacarotenes and niacin, soothing, supports cardiovascular health, antioxidant, mucus membrane health.

    Calendula - heals wounds

    Chamomile - kills mites and lice, repels fleas, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, calming, relaxant, detoxifier

    Chives - aid digestion, stimulates appetite, good source of iron

    Cilantro - antioxidant, fungicide, builds strong bones, high in Vitamin A for vision and Vitamin K for blood clotting

    Cinnamon - promotes healthy breathing

    Comfrey - pain reliever, anti-inflammatory, heals wounds, high in protein and Vitamin B-12, promotes muscle, cartilage, and bone growth

    Dill - antioxidant, relaxant, respiratory health, stimulates the appetite

    Lavender - stress reliever, increases blood circulation, highly aromatic, insect repellent

    Goldenseal - Antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, useful for treating wounds

    Hyssop - improves circulation, heals wounds, detoxifier

    Lemon Balm - stress reliever, antibacterial, highly aromatic, rodent and insect repellent, calming

    Lovage - aids respiratory and mucus membrane health, blood detoxifier, anti-inflammatory

    Marigold - vibrant egg yolks, feet and beaks/bills, insect repellent, antioxidant

    Marjoram - laying stimulant, anti-inflammatory, decongestant, improves blood circulation, detoxifier

    Mint (all kinds) - insecticide and rodent repellent, antioxidant, aids in respiratory health, digestive aid, lowers body temperature naturally. Feeding results in larger eggs, thicker eggshells and increased egg production.

    Nasturtium - laying stimulant, antiseptic, antibiotic, insecticide, wormer

    Oregano - combats coccidia, salmonella, infectious bronchitis, avian flue, blackhead and e-coli, strengthens immune system

    Parsley - high in vitamins A, B,C calcium and iron, aids in blood vessel development, laying stimulant

    Peppermint - anti-parasitic, insect repellent.

    Pineapple Sage - aids nervous system, highly aromatic, antiseptic

    Plantain - Antibacterial, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant. Prevents infection.

    Raspberry Leaf - antioxidant, relaxant, supports healthy reproductive system.

    Rose Petals - highly aromatic, high in Vitamin C, antioxidant

    Rosemary - pain reliever, respiratory health, insect repellent

    Sage - antioxidant, anti-parasitic, general health promoter, thought to combat Salmonella
    Spearmint - antiseptic, insect repellent, stimulates nerve, brain and blood functions

    Tarragon - antioxidant, appetite stimulant.

    Thyme - aids in respiratory health, antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-parasitic, stimulant

    Yarrow - antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, clears sinuses and respiratory systems, stress reliever

    Herbs are easy to grow, generally not picky about the soil they are grown in and many come back year after year.
     
  3. the beginner

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    THANK You
     
  4. LeviS

    LeviS Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I've been looking for something like this, thanks.
     
  5. Midnightman14

    Midnightman14 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    They like tall grass, low growing bushes with dense growth, and potentially some vines growing up the side to make them feel secure and give them some shade. Stay away from yew, cedar, foxglove, iris, monkshood, delphinium, lupine, buttercup, rhodadendron, wintergreen, and wisteria. They're all toxic
     
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    Thank you all
     

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