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Monday, March 8, 2010

Wallaby in my garden

Woke up to the most beautiful day today after weeks of drizzly rain only to find the culprit responsible for stripping my roses and cherry blossom back to bare stems. We used to have one come round that we were hand feeding but now we drive them away as they ruin the garden. So while i was outside i took some photos of blooms that were left in my garden.





The gardens are so out of control with weeds, that the cooler months ahead will see me in the garden most of the time getting it back in order.

6 comments:

  1. That wallaby is so cute, but I'm sure you don't think so when he starts eating all those fabulous flowers of yours!
    Thanks for stopping by to visit. It was so nice of you!!
    I have to tell you the umbrellas you make are amazing!! Not only are they gorgeous, but you my dear are extremely talented.Would you mind if I use the umbrella image against the doors in a future post?
    See you again soon!!
    XoXo
    Gail

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  2. Wow! I have only seen those in the zoo. I guess that you can compare to the deer who eat all of the gardens in the more northern states in the U.S. Thank you for stopping by....janet

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  3. I am looking forward to the cooler months too. The weeds are out of control here as well. Thanks so much for dropping by Beach Vintage.

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  4. Hi Tina, I imagine just the kindda damage this guy could do to your beautiful blooms!!! I love your blog! Thank you for coming by and leaving such a sweet message.
    hugs

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  5. Hi Tina ~ such a cute wallaby, but not so cute in your rose bushes! Love your blog! ~Stacy~

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