Yes, this would be another little plant, that has now succumbed to a vicious attack by a nasty little predator.
Looks like someone has some explaining to do. First I decided to have a talk with a likely culprit.
Who you might ask?
Well, it could be this rabbit, although....I am pretty sure that the deed was done by these two little critters that are usually referred to around here as "that little F***R and his partner is usually referred to as "that little B*****D".
Every year I go through the "Bunny Wars" around here. These two charming, cute, yet ever so ravenous bunnies have eaten hundreds of dollars worth of plants. (with the help of their friends)
We have tried trapping them with traps albeit the kind that keep them safe so they can go on a road trip to a park for release. We have resorted to spraying the most fowl smelling sprays made up of fox urine and other equally unappealing crud.We have used pepper spray, sprinkled red pepper flakes, and a number of other nasty anti-bunny concoctions. We have tried noise making, whirly gig devices that are supposed to scare them. AND YET they laugh in our faces. Still, I have the ever present dilemma, I can't really do them bodily harm. They are cute after all.
So as it is, Little F****r and Little B*****d will be dining at the home of Cheryl P. for at least as long as the salad bar holds out.
Today's video ties in as I am sure they are being aided by their friends and family. Last year we had baby bunnies all over the place. Hungry little baby bunnies.
The Good for the Day... With all the rain the garden continues to provide enough food for rabbits and enough flowers for me.
The Bad for the Day...That Little B and Little F are taunting me. Also, why isn't Elmer Fudd around when needed. He could be helping me get those rascally wabbits?
The Weird for the day....Not that this is rabbit related but there is another animal that has my curiosity up.