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Another gardening season is on the horizon. I’ve already done a bit of raking and tidying beds, but still a lot to do.

My Hens are turning greener every day, and also producing more and more chicks. However I hope I will be able to keep them as I’ve spotted a squirrel digging them up and taking them away.

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Below are my little Sedums also returning for another year. At least the squirrel doesn’t seem to like them. These flowers are really tiny. You can only see them a bit clearer, because I macro them.IMG_8377a.jpg

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As you can see below, I still have some cutting back to do. This looks like some Queen Anne’s Lace from last year.

I didn’t manage to get all the cleaning up done at the end of the season, so I need to also do some work on that.

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ยฉ 2019 Leola Durant

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6 Replies to “Greenery In The Garden”

  1. My Mom and Dad live in Illinois and they have a squirrel that does the same thing. I just did the 1st mowing of the lawn today and turned on the sprinkler system. It is finally warming up here in CO. I don’t have any squirrels digging in the yard, but I did kill a foot and a half long bull snake this morning. I like your plants! My Mom has those too. God bless!

    1. Thanks Ryan. I do backyard birding and the squirrels and chipmunks also come and I don’t mind feeding them, but last year I had some beautiful Gerbera Daisies, I would excitedly wait for them to bloom, but the squirrels would come, bite the flower right off the plant, and just leave the stalks. Talk about being angry and sad.๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข

    1. Yes, I totally agree. Sorry for taking so long to respond to this. I just found your comment in my spam folder.

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