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August 13, 2007


Oh noooooooooo! :-(

We've been fortunate to not have to deal with stuff like that too much. Probably because we have six outside cats...


oh, ouch.

Fortunately all my plants have been finished off by my lackluster gardening skills well before the animals could get to them.

How awful! You have my sympathies. Must have been rabbits and raccoon and deer and everyone else out there that night!

Carol at May Dreams Gardens

Hey Marc,
I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your crops! However, we live and learn, so hopefully next year will be better!

Oh no! Those pictures are just horrifying! What a terrible day. Are you going to try to let the potatoes and beans recover?

I know the feeling at work I have to cover almost everything with row covers to keep deer away.

peace be with you.


Marc, I'm sorry to hear about your misfortune in the garden. I've never seen anything like that, it's almost as if they set you up! Do you have any idea who the culprits were? And I thought my groundhogs were a pain. A fence and a trained garden dog are in order for you.

chigiy at Gard

I like your positive attitude.
When the world hands you lemons make salsa.
Or when your veggies get eaten make lemonade.
Oh, it's something like that.


Oh no! That must have been quite some dinner party for the critters. I feel for you - I'm battling an evil rabbit or two, and will have no beans this year. On the bright side, us gardeners are always optimists - you can still see the silver lining!

Thanks to everyone for your sympathies.

Michelle - you bring up a good point. Will the Sweet Potatoes and Beans be able to recover with a majority of their leaves gone? This is my first time with Sweet Potatoes, so I don't know. Maybe I will publish a post about it asking everyone what they think.

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