April 9, 2014

Installed!

Installed!

The east and south sides of the relocated deer fence are re-installed. I have a special place in my heart for a deer fence. What a relief it is to keep those destructive beasts OUT of the garden! It is a simple structure: seven foot metal fence posts sledgehammered into the ground and plastic deer fencing material zip-tied to each post.

Tools of the Trade

Tools of the Trade

We’ve been watching the tiny buds in the garden closely for deer-damage since the fence has been down for the past few weeks. Fortunately…

The tiny buds are all still intact!

The tiny buds are all still intact! (pictured is one of two plum trees in the garden)

While Smoochie and I attached the deer fencing material to the posts this afternoon…

Baby continued...

Baby continued…

to perfect her tree-stump-yoga-practice.

to perfect her tree-stump-yoga-practice.

And we all took breaks in our designated "Garden Living Room" (pictured beyond the new whistle-shaped plot).

And we all took breaks in our designated “Garden Living Room” (pictured beyond the new whistle-shaped plot).

And...

And…

the...

the…

asparagus continues to shoot up!

asparagus continues to shoot up!

6 thoughts on “April 9, 2014

    1. Spy Garden Post author

      It is the third year of the asparagus since planted from seed, so we should have a officially full crop now! Very exciting! We plucked a small mason jar full this afternoon, Woooo! ;)

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