My Alpine Home

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Peters in the Garden!

Do you see him?  Looks like he’s brought along his little sister.  Silly rabbits think they can hide behind the tomato cages.

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Of course his favorite spot is among the Butter Crunch lettuce.

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I’m surprised he hasn’t noticed these rows of leaf lettuce and radishes.

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Oh no, he seems to be looking this way.

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Hubby put this small garden area in for me last year and I have loved it.  My peppers and squash are planted back by the fire pit.

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The cabbages are planted a ways away or surely he would have nibbled them.

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I’ve tucked four hills of pumpkins in between my back row of roses.  Not sure how it will work out, but thought it might be kind of fun.  Do rabbits like pumpkins?

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He ought to try muchin on these chives.  That would give him some onion breath.

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Good thing that the carrots are so slow and that you can barely see a hint of green.  Other wise I’m sure I’d be askin?  What’s up Doc?

Have you had any critters munchin on your garden lately?

hugs,

Jann

I will be sharing with these fun parties:

Fishtail Cottage for Garden Party

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Old Time Cindy said...

Nice looking garden! I also have 'bunnies' in my garden. I do have slugs attacking a few of my plants, nasty little things.
Farmhouse hugs,
Cindy

Pamela Gordon said...

Your garden is really looking good Jann! No garden/no critters here. Our son put the garden in but I'm afraid the rain may have washed out the seeds before they even germinated! I'll have a look today. Enjoy the day and some nice salad greens!

priscilla said...

Your garden looks great Jann !

Stacey said...

Your garden is beautiful. I'm sure you'll have lots to eat. We have bunnies in our yard and I just adore them. Right now we see a momma and baby out there pretty often.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Jann I love your garden! and Mr Bunny seems very happy there!

hugs,
Linda

amy mayen said...

Your garden looks so lovely! Your lettuces are beautiful. I'm growing a few things. My uncle has an enormous garden. This year I'm learning to can things. Hope I get the hang of it!

Cynthia said...

The garden and the veggies look so healthy and yummy. Great garden and I know bunnies love vegetable gardens.

Cynthia

NanaDiana said...

Everything is looking wonderful, Jann. I finally have a working computer!!! The rabbits chewed all my tulips down to the ground this year- crazy things! I think I got about 1/4 the blooms as normal- ugh- xo Diana

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

we have a HUGE really bunny that is eating my pansies :(

Kris said...

Hi Jann. I am back from my little vacay, and playing catchup in the blogland. Your garden looks fabulous! So healthy! My pumpkin hill has taken off like wild fire! I have oodles of pumpkins starting!!!
xo Kris

bj said...

Your garden is looking sooo good.
Love how neat and healthy all the plants are...good job!!

Angela Ryder said...

What a fun post! I love Mr. Bunny!!~~Angela

Jeanette@Creating A Life said...

Makes me miss having a little garden area! It's looking great over there, Jann :)

Jeanette

Winnie said...

What a beautiful garden Jann. Makes me miss my childhood house - we use to have a similar garden

And I looooove your Mr.Bunny :)

Dawn@ We Call It Junkin.com said...

Your garden looks wonderful! No garden for us this year, as our whole backyard is under reno, but we do have two tomato plants in pots, so that will have to do! Your chives look especially pretty. Take care

lynn cockrell said...

Jann, your garden looks so pretty! The bunnies are cute as can be, too. My garden is planted in two deep planter boxes. Some sort of insect has been nibbling on the mustard and Georgia Collards I planted. I stuck some garlic cloves around in them this afternoon. I planted scattered some Marigold seeds around when I put the plants in and they have begun to come up, so I am hoping they will help out, too, with deterring the pests. Happy Gardening!

Victoria Lavender SUNNY in Tucson said...

Hi Jann,

Oh you've done so many wonderful posts. I love your yard, so green and flowered. Those greens are wonderful, good luck with Peter.

I quite enjoyed the peek at your craftroom too. It's gonna be a winner. I just switched around 3 rooms so I could move my craftroom and re-style it...and sabotaged my internet by messing with the wires. I've been offline and hadn't thank you for posting with Mid Century Cafe. Sorry about that, I really value your support.

It looks like you are enjoying the season, I wish you well,
Vicki

Susan Clayton said...

Adorable post! And what an orderly garden. We have no bunnies - but Mama groundhog bypasses the nice cucumber and veg I set out for her and visits the back porch for some kitty kibbles every morning.

Luisa Chandler said...

Love your garden! We have a bunny too...except for he only watches from afar...waiting for the right moment...

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Pumkins in the roses? How very Cinderella of you!

Fishtail Cottage said...

love how clean and organized your garden is! hope you are having a great weekend! xoox, tracie