We have been given a plant which a friend dug up from their recently deceased parent's garden. He had no use for it and was going to pave the garden before putting the house on the market.
He has no idea what it is, nor do we, but I thought it would look good in a blank space in the garden.
It was doing quite well until I noticed this morning that half of it appears to have been eaten, and a couple of the blooms were lying beside what was left of the foliage.
We think the culprit was probably the big, fat bunny that visits our garden most evenings.
Hope he gets indigestion.
I had my six month review this morning at the Plastic Surgery Clinic to check that my scar had healed OK and for a skin check. I had not realised that the skin check was a full body check and would require me to strip down to my flimsies.
Thank goodness they were clean on this morning!
Anyway, all clear so no further excavations required.
Flimsies is a rather nice word but I wouldn't call my own underwear flimsies - more like sturdies - sturdy being the opposite of flimsy. By the way, if you put out rabbit food, the rabbits are far less likely to munch on your flimsy plants.ReplyDelete
My flimsies have become quite sturdy these days too.Delete
I think my plants are probably classed as rabbit food now.
Brings to mind my mother saying "always wear clean underwear" because "what would people think if you were knocked down by a car".ReplyDelete
But I'd probably wet my pants!Delete
Glad you had good news from the doctor's office, JayCee, what a relief!! When I see the bunnies nibbling in my garden, I always say, "Eat the weeds - save me the work of pulling them!" Wish they would.... :)ReplyDelete
Ha, ha, yes... why do they eat the pretty stuff instead of the weeds!Delete
I have knowingly eaten rabbit. Just saying.ReplyDelete
Me too, and very tasty it was.Delete
I hear that the fat ones are esp. tasty.Delete
Depends what they have been eating!Delete
We once had a rabbit. My daughter named her Echo; based on her personality (and constant low growl), I renamed her Selma Bouvier, haha.ReplyDelete
I had to Google Selma Bouvier!Delete
Glad you got the all clear from the doctor.ReplyDelete
Thanks Marjorie. So glad I don't need any more bits of me removed.Delete
We have Hares here, but just a couple of days ago I also saw a Rabbit; the first I've seen for decades. They do make very good eating!!!ReplyDelete
Just have to catch the little blighters.Delete
The joys of country living. Glad you are fit and well JayCee.ReplyDelete
Thanks Dave xDelete
Bad news on the bunnies. Superb news on the skin. MaryReplyDelete
Looks like AstersReplyDelete
Ah, thank you!Delete
So glad to read that you've had a good report from the hospital.ReplyDelete
Thanks CG, it is a relief.Delete
Hurrah for the good news! Shame about the plant but maybe you made a bunny a 'very happy bunny'!!ReplyDelete
Ha, yes.. an even fatter happy bunny xxxDelete