Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Guess Who's Been To Dinner

The head gardener has fenced off three hundred feet of flowers and shrubs around the garden, here, there, and every blooming where.
The one spot, we had left to it's own devices and hadn't yet corralled , was devoured by this little girl, under the cover of darkness, and I'm sure, completely at leisure.
Ooh dear.



11 comments:

DJan said...

She's adorable! :-)

Karen Ann said...

We are very lucky the deer don't come inside the splitrail to eat our gardens. perhaps it's the four dog residents here that deter them?

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

I can't plant anything they like as they come devour it. And every year, what they like changes! Did you watch the Royal Wedding? Check out the video on YouTube of Lola, the little girl who realizes she wasn't invited to the royal wedding. It's adorable!

Louca por porcelana said...

So cute!

Susie said...

Jo, I love your gardens and all the beautiful flowers you have grown there. Your clematis is amazing. Our is starting to bloom. I have enough problems with bunnies, sure do not want any deer eating things. It does happen once in a while. Hope your cute little deer does not eat too much. I have no clues as to keeping them away. I wish you well. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

ann said...

And fawn at that. A really good photograph.

Patsy said...

So cute , can't fuss about that -

Janice Kay Schaub said...

such naughiness but at least yours let you get a picture. I have found 3 pots of Hosta's are gone. Actually 4 so that makes all of them actually out front. Bud next door said it was deer. Well, if they are going to graze in my front garden the least they can do is stay for a picture. I thought it was the bunny. So now I have 4 pots to fill and think I may just get Day Lily as they do not seem to eat those. By the way thanks for visiting my blog glad you enjoyed ST Georges post
Hugs Janice

Chip Butter said...

Bless her heart! As my dad would say, "She's just trying to make a living." However, our gardens are all fenced to keep the deer out.

Debbie - Mountain Mama said...

Awww, that's always a shame when the deer eat our gardens. I get it, they are hungry too....but isn't there enough vegetation in the woods to keep them happy? They used to eat my hostas down to the ground in my previous house, right as they were getting to that PERFECT stage! They don't bother my current garden much, I think because of the dogs. I see them on my road and occasionally on my driveway but aside from a few nibbles here and there for the most part they leave my garden alone.

L. D. said...

They are very innocent looking and sweet. I do know that they have distractive appetites.