Tuesday, June 14, 2011

There's a saying in the square foot gardening book...


I'm happy to share, but this is getting ridiculous.  Last week I noticed our beautiful vine-ripening tomatoes hanging, half-eaten and bleeding like something out of a horror movie.  They seem to be feeding a family of birds, mice, rabbit, squirrels something with sharp claws or maybe a beak.  

So on Sunday I enlisted, meaning paid, my teenage son, Ray and his buddy, Riley to come out to the garden and help me create a barrier between our fruit and their fangs.  We ran steel cable from the tops of the trellis down to the foot of the beds and draped netting held down with upholstery tacks.  

Stephanie and Nico joined in on the fun.  

Not the most professional execution, but I was out at the garden this evening and apart from a few pecks on a outward lying tomato, it seems to be holding.

Any other ideas for keeping critters away from the garden?  

3 comments:

  1. Looks GREAT! Thank you Roni for taking the initiative and getting this done!

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