Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
I wonder if the gardeners ever go round to remove them to keep their displays immaculate.
We have an entire regiment of squirrel gardeners!
...it pays to an individual.
Squirrels make rather unsatisfactory gardeners in my experience, though you can't fault them for endeavor.
Individualism is alive and well.
@fun60: who knows?@David: no doubt.@Tom: indeed.@John: true.@Anvilcloud: I agree.
Hello,They looks so beautiful, nice of the squirrels to help out with the gardening! Enjoy your day, have a great new week!!
"Squirrel gardener"...I love that.
I like to see the rebel tulips, however they get there. :-)
In some of these beds the tulips are rather far apart.
I wonder if they pull all the bulbs up and then replant them in the fall...or just leave them for squirrel gardeners!
Squirrels are working behind the scenes.
I think the squirrels like a salad of tulip flowers. You often see them nibbling away on the blossoms!
You make me hear lovely pastoral music!
They not only dazzle, but the colors delight the eye. Tweeted.
I didn't know Tulips could be such rogues!
The chipmunks, the squirrels, and even the birds are such interesting gardeners.
Always love the rogue in the group William 😊
@Eileen: thanks!@Sharon: It's appropriate.@DJan: I do as well.@Agnieszka: thanks!@Red: yes, less density in some beds.@Barbara: they do take the bulbs out after the blooming is done, and plant things that grow into the fall. In October they replant the bulbs.@Bill: that they are.@RedPat: they do!@Cloudia: thanks!@Mari: thank you.@Furry Gnome: it seems an appropriate term for tulips out of place.@Joanne: that they are.@Grace: I do as well.
Love those rogues!
I love to find the odd Tulip. Never thought of Squirrels but figured it was left in the ground when the other bulbs were pulled upMB
That may also be the case.
I don't know why buy I like the idea of the rogue tulip!!
It's a nice touch for things.