Did you ever notice…
your garden the way a rabbit might view it? Not in the rub the tummy sort of way, but rather way down low, at rabbit height.
The garden really looks a whole lot different generally speaking if you kneel down to snap a few shots. You might wonder when you change your views by changing the height and angle of your camera what will happen? Good things happen. Just follow our rabbit around my garden. He has his eye on the annuals.
Ironically, rabbits can’t see close up very well. I guess that is why the cute little pink nose oscillates like it is motorized.
It has been a great week in the garden, just ask the rabbits. Things are a bit more organized and we got a bit of rain. The plants are finally numerous enough to manage the intrusion and influx of weeds. The rabbits have not even caused much meddling with their munching. Those little buggers are trespassing, but not much can be done about them.
There really is more important things to worry about than relocating a few hungry rabbits. Not that they don’t do damage mind you. They girdled an expensive Cutleaf Japanese Maple I had a few years ago. Gnawed it until it croaked. I never caught the culprit that summer or he would have been stew. Check out the humorous post.
By kneeling down in the garden, you see the plant combinations. You can also sit and see the garden differently.
Grab a seat, rest and smell the fragrance. Carry your seat around the garden to sit for different views you might otherwise miss. It may give you some ideas for a lovely place to create a sitting area.
One thing about rabbits, they hop from place to place at a leisurely gate, making little paths as they move, at least until frightened by the homeowner. The dash commences.
The best kind of rabbits are like the five I have shown. Harmless!
Yes, the rabbit escaped the hat. What comes of that I don’t know, but surely things are looking up. I have some travel planned to interest gardeners and some to interest travelers. The rabbit wants to spin some magic! You might be missing me for a few weeks. Time to take my well-traveled hat a gardening.