Friday, June 4, 2010

Someone Wants To Help

the tall pink garden Phlox is in first bloom today
the Pansies are looking a little sad from the heat but I just couldn't pull them up yet the Vinca's are coming up nicely and will take there place , but will need to be thinned out.




so look who came to help me take care of the Pansies! Our Bunny friend, they love to eat them. The bunny had no fear so it must be one of the baby's that was born under the Rosemary in our front door.



I was very close and told bunny that was not nice to eat my pansies, got my picture and came in the house. Bunny went on eating.




7 comments:

Becca's Dirt said...

Wow would ya look at that unfearful bunny. He is so cute. Your gonna pull em up anyway arent' you. Bad bunny but so cute. Your garden is looking good and love the phlox.

Charlene said...

Patsy,
Do you hire out to work in the garden. I could your skill. The bunny picture is so cute. I think we are in for a really hot summer. Have a great week-end.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Lovely pictures of your flowers in bloom.
I have three rabbits who play around the garden, literally, jumping in the air with each other, as if they are playing tag.
Shame about the Pansies, they just wilt in this HOT weather, but seems you may not have worry about digging them up, with Mr. Bunny around eating :)

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Hi Patsy, your flowers are filling in nicely. I love the colors.. so light and happy looking.. you know I love the bunny... hope all is well with you and yours... hugs ~lynne~

Mildred said...

Everything is so pretty Patsy. That bunny has got a lot of nerve, huh??? He is cute though. Have a nice weekend.

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

Pansy, I so enjoyed this post, Don't you just love Phlox, yours are so soft and pretty. I am like you it is so hard for me to pull up a plant if there is the least bit of life in it.lol. What is it about rabbits and rosemary, we had some raised under ours last year.
Thank you for your so very sweet comment today and right back at you.
Enjoy your weekend.
Hugs,
Sue

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Hi Patsy. I hate to cut my pansies too so I will probably leave them go until the flowers around them push them out.I usually cut them back and hope they grow back and bloom in the fall. I hope that bunny doesn't eat those great looking tomatoes.Looks like you will have some to eat pretty soon now. Have a wonderful weekend.