Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Do Over

Our dog ate our winter garden. Every last bit. So, until next year, I'll have to be satisfied with pictures of prosperity. I hope you have been more successful than I.
Breakfast at Tiffany's


J said...

Oooh, that does look bountiful! I can relate to garden dessimation. I awoke one morning to a garden completely devoid of all greens... only wee stumps/stalks remained. We could not figure out what happened. Then, two days later, I awoke to a VERY fat groundhog nibbling at the remaining stalks. That year our garden was primarily broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts and lettuces. The groundhog must have has some serious gastrointestinal discomfort post-feast. j

NellJean said...

What a terrible loss! So sorry.

Three years ago, the dog ate two pots of tulips just as they were coming into bloom. I'm trying again now that she's older.

Miranda said...

WOW! I am so excited! I have been following your blog everyday for months now. Imagine my absolute surprise when I opened it today to find a photo I took of my garden. Pick me up off the floor!

Karyn said...

Miranda, I hope you don't mind. I just love it, it's beautiful.

Nell Jean and J, there's nothing to do but try again, right? I'm not one who is easily deterred, nor do I imagine are either of you. :)

Miranda said...

I don't mind at all, I am tickled pink that it would even get noticed. My husband did all the building of the fence and raised beds. I can't wait to show him when he gets home. Thank you!