|The Victims. If you bigify, you will see where their nasty|
little rodent teeth chewed little bits off my strawberries.
The chicken wire fencing did keep the rabbits out of my cold frame and herb bed and all the raised beds (except the garlic, which they apparently don't care for), and I almost had myself convinced (deluded is more like it) that it was safe to let the chickens out for a free range in front. Good thing I read Carolyn Renee's post first. It might have tipped me over the edge.
Enough of the ugliness of gardening! Let's move on to something more heartening - like flowering things! It always seems to happen the same way: everything just pokes along and you fret over it, then one morning you come out and everything is in bloom. Here's some of what's blooming on the Little Lucky Farm:
|Cucumbers are flowering.|
|Taters are flowering.|
|Love my geraniums!|
|Martha Washington Geranium.|
|Curly parsley and nasturtiums.|