• bowl of water (Some breeders do not even recommend a bowl of water, but it must be
  • sufficient humidity ensured.
    are breeders who bathe their turtles 1-2 times a week at room temperature to drink and empty for about 10 minutes in room temperature water so that they have their heads above the water.
    (There is usually only 1-2 cm of water in the container, depending on the size of the turtles.) Then there are breeders who do not recommend bathing the turtles, because it disturbs them…
  • crushed shells, cuttlefish bone crushed shells, cuttlefish bone


Meadow grass

  • butterbur (dandelion), clover, thistles, deafblinds, birdie ..,
  • outdoor Syrian hibiscus, African violets in a pot, succulents, stonecrops, Aloe, Prickly pear without thorns, leaves of strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, wine - NON-FERTILIZED


  • Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, watermelon, cherries, apricots, plums, apples
  • Cucumbers, carrots, pumpkins,
  • Dried fish


  • Chinese cabbage, chicory, Roman salad, Pak choi
  • Occasionally - cornflower, arugula, Christmas cactus, Callisia fragrans i repens, greens, fuchsia,
  • Meadow hay - alpine from Agrobs - PreAlpin (best to dry dandelion and clover of your own during the summer)
    The recommendation is a fasting 1-2 times a week. If it grows too fast, limit feeding (smaller portions)

Finding suitable plants for turtles: