Are these plants safe to be growing in my yard that Tortoise has access to? Thanks

Bowi

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The first two are the same plant.
 

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JesseS

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Hey!
Judging by the flower on the first two it looks like Prairie Verbena, on tortoise table verbena is a moderate feed.
The second looks like a spider plant which is safe.
Hope this helps!
Jesse
 

MenagerieGrl

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Hum, I'm not so sure of a verigated Spider plant for the third picture. I'm not exactly sure what it is, But a true Spider plant that size would have a LOT of baby spiders forming.
 
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