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Friday, July 13, 2012

Keeping the critters out




The fence around my husband's garden is definitely not a permanent fixture.
There is the occasional deer print in the garden, but I think it works pretty good.



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16 comments:

Beth said...

gorgeous flowers. we have to do this around our parts if we want a garden. & wish to protect it from the silly creatures in the woods.

curious. i just noticed the last photo all the way to the right on your header ... what is the metal coming out of the wood there below the mailbox photo? it is shaped like an upside down backwards "S"? it has me scratching my brain ... going huh, what is that? ha. ha!! (:

Tanya said...

beautiful flower garden!

Jan n Jer said...

Love the last shot!

Kathy said...

Love the zinnias. It's the first flower I remember from my childhood.

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

These are gorgeous shots, Amy! I love the colorful zinnias.

Rochelle@AFamilyofLooneys said...

Such a pretty garden!

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Zinnias are one of my favorite garden flowers. My uncle had to put an electronic fence around his garden because of the deer. They can wreck a garden pretty quickly.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

I love any fence that has flowers next to it. The last shot is beautiful.

Kerry said...

So pretty too!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I'm so glad the zinnias have protection!

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imquilternity said...

Gorgeous Zinnias....love Zinnias. I really like the contrast in texture between the rusty wire fence and the colorful leaves of the flowers. Beautiful shot.

Maple Lane said...

So very pretty! You should enlarge and frame your photos!

heyBJK said...

Love the flowers through the fence! Great job!

Rita said...

It certainly makes for a great photo. Love the flowers. Such great color.

Roan said...

The zinnias are beautiful! We don't have a fence around the garden, although we should, but we do have chicken wire cages around just about everything. We have raccoon, rabbit, and deer enjoying our veggies.

Faye said...

A fence maybe necessary to protect against the deer, but the garden's beauty shines through anyway--especially in your photos. My cousin who lives in suburbs Ohio was just bemoaning the deer in her garden. Do you think they are looking for water as well as food?