Monday, July 18, 2011

Garden Mishaps

Garden growth and development are dependent on so many variables. Rain, sun, quality seeds, critters... oh, yes, critters. I walked out to the garden to pick the few peas that are growing, and I found this little furball sitting in my lettuce. In my LETTUCE!!

My reaction (you won't be surprised) was to stop in my tracks, look that bunny right in the eye, and call out, "How did YOU get in there?" It didn't answer me. Smart rabbit. It did show me its exit strategy: a piece of chicken wire that had pulled lose from the garage wall, right behind the rain barrel.

If you'd like to read the rest of my garden mishaps, go to Green Spot-On for my Monday guest post.

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Anonymous Petunia! said...

Your Peter Cottontail must be related to the smaller cousin who shows up at our patio for a breakfast buffet each day, eating the petunia blossoms out of the container.

I wonder if flowers are tastier than greens . . . to rabbits, at least!

7/18/2011 9:20 AM  

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