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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

The Guilty Party?

I actually got my front flower bed all weeded. Some things mulched. Apparently that was just like the restaurant presentation for someone. Note the stems with no leaves. (Big frowny face)


OK, if we are doing the restaurant, I've added a condiment for tomorrow. A lot of black pepper.


What do you think? Does this visitor have a guilty look in his eye? Found hanging around the general region of the crime.


I'm actually pretty unhappy. Those were plants I paid money for, and with the hostas mostly chewed off by the deer, I had hopes that the Heucheras (coral bells) would look nice.

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Duxbury Ramblers said...

He does look like he's eating well :)My gangsters are the slugs and snails they are really sneaky only coming out at night.

Here in the woods said...

I use motion detector sprinklers, works like a charm, when I remember to turn them on! Liquid fence works too, just have to remember to use it again after it rains. Unfortunately the dogs like it too since it smells like rotten eggs.

vanilla said...

Nah, no guilt there. He enjoyed lunch, I'm sure; but I doubt you will receive thanks.

I am sorry for the loss. I hate when bunnies eat my plants, too.

Secondary Roads said...

Many many rabbits around here this year. Must be the coyote population is down.

Ann said...

Well seeing as how he doesn't look like he's been missing many meals I would say he's most likely guilty as charged

Sharkbytes said...

Carol- it's so sandy here we don't have much slug trouble. Thank goodness for small favors

Here in the woods- Thanks for stopping by! I hope you'll come back, and also add to your blog. Looks interesting

vanilla- thanks. My garden is poor enough without it being the neighborhood salad bar

Chuck- our dog population is down too

Ann- And not very skittish either.

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