The spring show continues and every day there is something new in the center stage of the garden. The crocuses that were so exciting to see just 10 days ago are nearly all gone and now the daffodils are marching in to take their place. These are some miniature daffodils growing in a perennial bed in the back along with chickweed and henbit.
The morning has started out gray and now the sun is starting to come out. But even if the sun shines for awhile before the next rain, the ground is so saturated from two days of rain that there is very little that can be done outside.
It seems so peaceful.
And it would be peaceful if it were not for the villain of the garden. I caught him in action this morning, running across the vegetable garden.
He is in the center there, do you see him? This one rabbit is ready to turn my lovely spring show into a house of horrors. I must catch him and remove him!
Yes, I will be setting out my live trap today in hopes of catching me a big, fat rabbit! I hope!
Update… shhh… quiet, there’s the trap. Don’t make any sudden noises or movements… I’ve set it with some dried up blueberries to lure the rabbit in. What do you think? Am I going to catch a rabbit today?