Thursday, May 29, 2008


What is that, you ask?
Well, it WAS a pea pod.
It was a pea that evidently was breakfast for Mr. Snail.


My garden is no-kill. Regardless.
I have Tom Thumb peas growing in a bowl (so cute, with big peas just hanging off).
Today I surrounded the bowl with eggshells.
Hopefully that will help.



Blogger Way Out Wear said...

Oh that sucks. I moved all my strawberries to pots that are by the house because everytime I leave them on the plant for one more day of sun.... a GIANT slug has an banquet during the night and then they'll eaten. What can I do with slug eaten fruit? good thing my dog loves strawberries!

2:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have never heard of a no kill garden. In a way it is legitimate though, as we are working in their yard, so to speak...the bugs were there first.

Still - and you know this - regarding insects, while I don't search, I will definately destroy.

10:17 PM  

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