Progress On The Bunny War!

I may be winning.

  Or their numbers may just be decreasing.

  At least they are not chomping the heck out of my flowers and vegetables any more.

I have covered some off my favorite flowers with decorative items that are protective as well.


I am not hating the way it looks.



I may stalk thrift stores for more birdcages and wire art to put over plants.


Wouldn’t a galvanized milk crate look great at the base of this windmill, protecting the clematis planted there?

Since they left my lilies alone I have been having fun perusing garden catalogues for different color Daylilies and Asiatic lilies

So pretty!


This beautiful daylily was originally planted in the garden of a house I used to live in. I moved it here! I can’t wait to plant a few more varieties!

We put 3/4 inch fencing around the vegetable garden.  Easy-peasey – wish I’d thought of it first!


I told hubby the bunnies could get through that large wire fencing we used first.

 Hate to say I told you so but……..


The new netting is staked to the ground and if they still get in I am considering electric fencing!

The peppers are totally gone and so are most of the pole beans I originally planted.


One broccoli plant survived.


Also one cabbage plant is trying to come back.

Strangely, they left the tomatoes, zucchini and cucumbers totally alone.


I planted bush bean seeds everywhere the bunnies left me an empty space. They are coming up now.


Cucumber and zucchini vines.

Did I mention the straw I used for mulch sprouted grass?

  Ironic isn’t it?

I put the mulch down to DETER weeds.

We are going on vaca for almost 2 weeks so I know there will be a nice mess of weeds when I get back.

But there also will be some red, ripe, juicy TOMATOES!


Which is exactly what this is all about!


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. slcriger
    Jul 22, 2015 @ 15:37:15

    bunny stew??????

    Liked by 1 person


  2. Barbara Faust
    Jul 21, 2015 @ 12:39:32

    Now that YOU mentioned it, i’ve only ever had INSECTS eat my tomatoes which begs a question; if wild animals know what’s best to eat and none are eating tomatoes, could it be tomatoes are NOT ALL THEY ARE CRACKED UP TO BE?



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