Last year I caught a rabbit lounging in my lettuce.
The Compost Critter was at it again this season, too.
Then there was the morning I found another woodchuck under the raspberries.
The last straw was finding this tiny, adorable little sweetie in my tomato patch. In my tomatoes!
We found the source of the invasion, the gap in the protective barrier.
If you look closely from this angle, you can see a gap big enough for a baby bunny.
Chuck played Santa and brought out the hoe, hoe, hoe.
He re-dug the trench, replaced the board, and straightened the wire fencing above. The baby bunny stayed hidden behind the rain barrels and watched as we denied it access to the salad bar.
For now, at least, the tomato plants are safe. Stay out of my jungle, baby bunny. No matter how much cuteness turns up, I will not share.
The tomato jungle is beautiful.
I’d think the bunnies could get through the fence but I’m not a gardener so wouldn’t really know. The tomato jungle is fun looking. Hope you can keep the critters at bay and have a productive garden – E 🙂
Author of FINALLY HOME, a middle grade/YA paranormal mystery (written like a Nancy Drew mystery)
I can take care of that wood chuck.
Dale, the woodchuck only dared show itself once. I think I scared the wild and furry critter away with my camera. 🙂 –Daisy