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Getting Your Head Bitten Off

By Sue15cat
Getting Your Head Bitten Off
The new Almond trees at the far end of the paddock are full of blossom, looking so pretty and miraculously all the blossom has survived through the gale force winds and frosty mornings of the past few days.
Getting Your Head Bitten Off
What has not survived and is looking horribly sad and stunted is this poor Tulip, and in this case it's not the wind or frost to blame.
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It was one of these lovely Parrot Tulips  .....
Getting Your Head Bitten Off
... as were it's friends.
Luckily we got to see and very briefly enjoy the first one at it's best the day before the rabbits found them.  I went back to take a photo and the stunted poor little remains of tulips that I photographed instead are all that remain.
Getting Your Head Bitten Off
Now that the bl**dy fluffy bunnies have eaten all the tulips that were in flower, the little sods are starting on the daffodils ... I hope they get tummyache.
Getting Your Head Bitten Off
Ravaged beyond help.
Getting Your Head Bitten Off
One left ... it'll be gone by tomorrow.
Getting Your Head Bitten Off
Did any of you spot the tail in the first picture, yes it was Ginger, joining us on the doggy walk last night after tea.  I always think lush green grass sets of his colouring wonderfully.  He's a handsome and wonderfully happy chappy at the moment.
Sue xx


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