Saturday, June 25, 2011

Not so DEAR


Pole green beans

Deer eaten green beans

Patty pan squash blooms

Baby cucumbers

The end of the raspberries

The beginning of the blackberries

9 comments:

Brandi said...

You can't blame the deer, right? I don't think I could pass by without being tempted to have a little snack. ;) Lovely garden!

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

I shouldn't say this but we don't have deer come up over the fence. We see them cross but so far they have only munched one small tree 3 years ago. Sorry about your green beans :( But the squirrels got every last strawberry and something feasted on the dewberries. Hope your daughter is doing well today!

Sara said...

How do you keep those squash bugs at bay with the squash plants? Mine were severely attacked and are slowly dying. Help!

Judy Laquidara said...

You make me miss my garden! Except for the deer eating the green beans, your garden looks great.

Marge said...

It's the bunnies here. I have everything in containers this year until we decide exactly where to dig up a garden at our new place, and the bunnies are enjoying fresh salads. The lettuce is almost all about an inch high....oh it reaches three inches or so, but then the rabbits get it. They enjoy green peppers with their lettuce!

Flat Creek Farm said...

It all does look very tempting! I should NOT brag, but we don't usually have deer in the garden. They do eat my little evergreens... the li'l stinkers. -Tammy

Zoey said...

Pure evil, that's what they are! Having had my garden as their dinner many times, I feel no love for deer.

Deanna said...

That's a regular deer smorgasborg!

Our blackberries are almost ready for eating. They look great.

Your garden is looking really, really good!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

The pesky deer! We've even had them nip the buds off roses. I'm not as fond of deer as I used to be, especially since they did 5 thousand dollars damage to my car a few years ago. I'm glad you mentioned the blackberries, I need to check on ours that grow wild behind the pond. We don't have many, but we'll pick what we can get. You have a great looking garden.