Monday, July 20, 2020

Plant a Garden - Feed a Bunny

 I've had this little bunny sign for years.  In the spring and summer, it hangs on my quilt cupboard.  This morning, the little saying on the sign rang true in technicolor.


My husband rose earlier than I did this morning and happened to look out the kitchen door and saw...


Yes, the bunnies are back and they are hungry!  Mr R told me that this little rabbit reached through the screened garden and gobbled up not one, not two, not three, but four green beans.  He simply had to take photographs before shooing them away.  Naughty bunnies!  Thankfully, we have plenty of green beans to share.

Who are you sharing your garden goodness with?

8 comments:

  1. Oh, I think it's delightful to open your door and see bunnies that have come for a visit. (Even if they are hungry) Just a little bite to get through the day before they have to be shooed away! Yes it is hot on the Texas Coast, I will certainly be glad when cooler weather gets here, but alas, it's still going to be a while. :)

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  2. Oh, how cute! Bunnies have to eat too but I'm glad you have enough to share! Great photo by your hubby!

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  3. So cute! I think this one's name must be Peter.

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  4. We are thankful our family in Georgia shares with us!!

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  5. Watch out for the rest of his family!!

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  6. Bunnies ate an entire flat of pansies that I planted one year, which was an expensive meal for me to “feed” them. I don’t plant those any more!

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  7. Since we don't have a garden here, we don't have to share. But the deer dine on the grass and leaves while wandering through. Your bunny sure is cute!

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  8. those little stinkers, so lucky they are so cute. One year I had planted sunflowers all along my back fence, and they were about 6 inches tall and they ate them right down to the ground.

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