We aim to provide you with a resource for safe practice and to try to reduce some of the confusion that exists at present concerning the feeding of tortoises, as well as giving a general understanding of the principles of providing a varied and nutritious diet.
We have received a cheque for a booklet from you, but there was no address included so if you could please contact us with your address we will send the booklet out to you as soon as we can”.
You can find us by typing in our website address www.thetortoisetable.org.uk in to your phone web search browser.
Many thanks to people who have been kind enough to donate to our cause, because without your help this would not have been possible for a very long time.
Click here to see our slideshow on plants which are safe to feed to your tortoise
Click here for our free downloadable pdf plant booklets (condensed versions) which give advice on plants that are edible for your tortoise and which are suitable to grow in your garden, plus tips for growing.
Keeping sulcata tortoises can be fun and often can cause problems you never thought of when you buy a hatchling. Click here to download our pdf document of one owner's experience.
Garden Chat Forum
Don't forget to check the email notification box, which you will find above the area where you type your message. Notification will automatically be sent to your email inbox to let you know when someone has replied to your message.
Please note that if an entry states that a plant is safe to feed to tortoises, or can be fed in moderation, that it applies to all parts of the plant (leaves, flowers, roots, bark, etc.), and if some parts are safe but others are not, we list the parts that are not safe.
We have plant Icons on the main tips section of each plant entry so you can determine whether to feed the whole plant, just the flower or the leaf only.
Feed in Moderation
The moderation amber (orange) traffic light colour coding is split in to two sections.
Clicking on smaller images in the database will enlarge the photos to provide you with more detail.
Take a good close-up picture of the whole plant, one of the leaf arrangement and where there is a flower, a clear picture of the flower.
Then register or log in to the TTT website forum and post your pictures where our plant experts are waiting to help.
Or email your picture to email@example.com