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Anyone remember mean Mr. McGregor, the farmer in Peter Rabbit?

Posted by amberroses 10a-Pinellas Co.FL (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 11, 12 at 17:08

I read that story when I was a little girl, but now I'm starting to see his point of view.

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It's a good thing for the bunnies that they're so cute!


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RE: Anyone remember mean Mr. McGregor, the farmer in Peter Rabbit

  • Posted by whgille Oakland FL Zone 9B (My Page) on
    Sun, Mar 11, 12 at 19:07

Amber - That cauliflower look gorgeous! And I agree about the bunny being cute,lol.

Silvia


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RE: Anyone remember mean Mr. McGregor, the farmer in Peter Rabbit

Aw, but little man is so cute ! I'd have to put out a little shelter for him, then I'd plant extra crops right next to his shelter, then a little rambling stream so he could have fresh water, then I'd reinforce my soil a bit to provide nice safe burrows for him and before long my back yard would turn into McGregor's home for wayward wabbits.


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RE: Anyone remember mean Mr. McGregor, the farmer in Peter Rabbit

OMG you sound like my daughter!


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RE: Anyone remember mean Mr. McGregor, the farmer in Peter Rabbit

what a cutie! And that is one stunning cauliflower too!


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RE: Anyone remember mean Mr. McGregor, the farmer in Peter Rabbit

So far the little guys have left the veggies alone. Once I actually made a little pile of lettuce for them and they didn't want it. I think they mostly eat weeds or grass which is ok by me. The squirrels however are another story...


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RE: Anyone remember mean Mr. McGregor, the farmer in Peter Rabbit

  • Posted by tomncath St.Pete-Z10A-Heat 10 (My Page) on
    Fri, Mar 16, 12 at 19:56

We're not into the hot months YET where rabbits are off the plate due to worms, like the deer...just kidding, but I'm with you regarding the squirrels. I hate them but won't kill them, even though I could - just provide LOTS of cherries and water and they'll leave your larger tomatoes alone.


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