Granny Pam

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More Than Peas

When it rained earlier this week, a few more of the veggies came up. I can see lettuce, radishes, zucchini, and cukes. The cabbage, broccoli and peas are pretty happy about the rain, too.

You can see tomatoes, peppers, three rows of “little stuff, and the beginning of my bean rows on the far right.

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The cucumbers are along the fence, and the green beans in the row. I also saw a nice fat rabbit in the yard, but I didn’t have the camera. He was eating the clover from in the grass, I hope he sticks to that and ignores my garden. We have seen little bunnies jump THROUGH our fence, and D1 even had one sit on her foot on the back patio. Really. She picked up a baby bunny one year, but put it back down quick. It was scared, but it sat perfectly still in the grass, waiting for us to go away. The big ones are like lawn ornaments around here, and there are plenty of them.


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Granny lives in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. I like genealogical research, gardening, cool weather, spending time with my family, and bluegrass music.

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2 Responses to “More Than Peas”

  1. tipper says:

    Everything is looking great-if the bunny only stays out! I’ve seen one in my garden the past few days-I hope he doesn’t bring the rest of his family :)

    You are so right about the rain-it does have ‘magical powers’ when compared to water from the hose.

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  2. grannypam says:

    I have noticed that the bunnies don’t do quite as much damage as the deer. I hope they stick to the clover that is in our lawn!

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