No, all snakes are carnivores.
Young garden snakes eat leaves and stems as they develop into carnivorous adult snakes. All other snakes are pretty exclusively carnivores but young garden snakes will eat pretty much anything they can find in the early part of their lives. This behavior does not tend to stay with them once they are fully grown. Eventually, they embrace being a carnivore, hunting when the temperature is warm, using their acute sense of smell to catch prey.
There are no snakes that eat leaves. All snakes are strictly carnivorous, eating small animals including lizards, other snakes, small mammals, birds, eggs, fish, snails or insects.
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