I sit at my computer and look out into my Georgia Gardens and what do I see? Very difficult to spot so I shall zoom in for you...
Little Cottontail has a mouth full of leaves and Liriope (Monkey Grass).
Bunny ran around the stump and was doing something in the tall Monkey Grass.
I once again zoom into the area for a peek as to what is going on.
I put off my plan of grass mowing so as to not disturb the cute critter. Once the sun was beaming into this area, I noticed that he/she had moved on to the woods. I went outside to discover this. Can you see the rabbit hole?
Little fluff ball was making a nest right in the middle of my Liriope Planter!
I would love to have baby bunnies in the garden but after pondering this for a while, I decided it was not best for baby bunnies to be in our yard.
Not for fear to my plants, I can always chase them around. I would more then likely find the babies succumb to the claws and teeth of my buddy OJ kitty or Zip the Rat Terror, I mean Terrier. So I sprayed the area real well with bunny deterrent, sigh. There will be no NESTING, In the Garden...
If I spot a Monkey in this planter, I will let him/her be as it is after all Monkey Grass...Words and Photos Property of In the Garden Blog Team, In the Garden