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Post  Liz on Sat Mar 14, 2009 8:10 am

This is where they go... And thanks to anyone who visits our garden - you are very welcome and we appreciate the company. flower
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Post  Mercon on Sat Mar 14, 2009 8:28 am

Aww! Your love flower garden was just beautiful, they were rather pretty when fruiting weren't they? I love you

I quite admire your current garden (little Bunny Heaven that it is), it makes me think of Autumn (a season we have just started here in NZ) and reminds me that the cooler weather brings it's own kind of beauty! Very Happy
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Post  nicolle on Wed Mar 18, 2009 6:41 pm

Bunny heaven is lovely, and I am there every evening, hoping for a lop, which never comes! How long will you keep the current plants, Liz, and what will come next?
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Post  Liz on Thu Mar 19, 2009 5:07 am

nicolle wrote:Bunny heaven is lovely, and I am there every evening, hoping for a lop, which never comes! How long will you keep the current plants, Liz, and what will come next?

I don't like to admit it Nicolle, but wildlife is depressing me. Crying or Very sad It doesn't matter how I approach it I can't seem to make it work. I would really like to tick a lop off my list before I change my garden but it's just not happening. So my "sort of" plan is to wait for a lop, then harvest my thornblooms and hopefully attract a Red squirrel with my Taiyo. In the mean time plant a couple of fructus while I wait (might do that now, I shouldn't need more than 2 thornblooms). You will see I have a Luna growing to try for a Chipmonk, Badger and Hedgehog. Once I have a Red Squirrel I'll harvest the bonsai and start on my precious pots. Hopefully the Fructus will have fruited by then and I can catch a Tortoise. But I have a feeling I will never achieve any of that because I will never get a lop and I will have to give up and forget my "sort of" plan and just start planting Precious plants. Oh the pain! I have been so stressed about it I have had to ban myself from the internet except for 30 mins when I get home from work. pale
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Post  April&Lucinda on Thu Mar 19, 2009 6:11 am

Oh Liz, I know the stress you're feeling, trying to figure out what to plant and when to harvest your plants and try for another animal.
It can get rather mind-boggling! Rolling Eyes

I've had to remind myself over and over that there is plenty of time, this is not a limited edition thing. I don't have to attract every animal to my garden in the first month, or even two, or three or four months! It's hard because it's still new and exciting.

Hang in there and keep having fun! ((((Hugs))))
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Post  nicolle on Thu Mar 19, 2009 1:51 pm

Oh Liz, don't let it get you down. I see a lop was missed in your garden again earlier today... how frustrating. April is very sensible to point out that we don't have to do it all RIGHT NOW...I want to though, which is why I am always lurking about in the vicinity of your place when I am online, in the hope of spotting your lops. They always come when I'm asleep or at work though. Maybe this weekend...

I've just replanted my garden, having harvested six pretty birds this morning, and now I'm growing badger and tortoise bait and we will see what happens next!

Personally I don't feel so frenzied about it all as I did when it started, and I'm looking forward to finally attracting something other than mice.

See you later then, in your garden, on bunny watch!
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Post  Liz on Fri Mar 20, 2009 10:58 pm

Thanks ladies, it's nice to know we're all going through the same thing and I appreciate your comments very much. I will still try and be patient with my thorns for a few more days at least. I love you
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Post  nicolle on Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:23 am

That's good to hear, Liz. I had no luck again last night...it's morning now, and I'm off to see what I missed while I was sleeping.
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Post  nicolle on Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:25 am

Oh bother...one came, no-one spotted it, about an hour and a half after I quit. Wouldn't you just know it Crying or Very sad
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Post  Mercon on Wed Mar 25, 2009 7:59 am

Fantastic news about your red squirrel!!!!! cheers What a wonderful event to happen after the tension of waiting for the Lop!
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Post  nicolle on Wed Mar 25, 2009 1:58 pm

Three cheers for the red squirrel!

cheers cheers cheers

And what a frustrating time the lop spotting was!
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Post  Mercon on Fri May 01, 2009 6:14 am

How exciting Liz......Congratulations!!! cheers I love you cheers I love you cheers
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Post  akaliakoukou on Fri May 01, 2009 6:15 am

Liz wrote:albino albino albino My first Lop - thank you Alice for finding it!! albino albino albino

Bravoooooooooo!!!!!!!!
I said that again, Lop Eared Bunny, is my favorite!!!!
Congratulations!!!


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Post  Mercon on Wed Jul 15, 2009 9:25 am

Your garden does look very beautiful, Liz! I have enjoyed staying there a wee while lately, it is so peaceful with lovely blooms and soft white clouds floating in suspended baubles... I love you
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Post  Mercon on Wed Aug 19, 2009 9:25 am

It was a real thrill spotting your first Kingfisher ...and your third...and your eighth was it? Hee hee! Very Happy
How fabulous to see so many of these gorgeous birds visiting your garden (especially after the time of the duck'n meeces! tongue )

And now, April has spotted your first Armadillo! Congratulations! cheers cheers cheers (and just quietly...doesn't it remind you of a croissant, but with whiskers?)
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Post  Christine and Whisper on Sat Sep 19, 2009 11:08 am

I had a wonderful time in your journal. Thank you for sharing this. It's beautiful!
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