Well . . . what can I say about a "rabbit proof fence" that isn't?
We have a few new additions to our kitchen garden. Not only are we growing some wonderful eggplant, tomatoes and luscious lemon cucumbers. (pictured) But we are raising the sweetest baby bunnies now. Of course they are just too sweet to shoo away and mama made their nest and burrow right in and beneath my iris. I have not seen her, but as I go out each day to water, the little ones scurry beneath the plants. At the moment they don't seem to be eating much. My guess is tho . . that as soon as I plant lettuce and the cooler crops, they will find plenty to munch on.
What's a soft hearted bunny maker to do ? I wish I could take them inside to reside in my studio and keep me company, or maybe they would invite me down their rabbit hole for some fantastical adventure ! Alas, for now we just visit, they tell me their little secrets and dreams and their wish for a nice lettuce crop adn maybe some carrots (?).
Enjoy a few pictures of the bunnies (there are 3). and of the nicely bearing veggies in the garden. Included are Little fingers eggplant, Regular eggplant, Black Russian tomatoes, Jalapenos and a beautiful Lemon Cucumber! These are great . . very mild! Yum!!
Oh . . and the sweetest little clematis blooms too!