The dog is a digger and digs up my plants. I have one in a corner where it is just surviving. It is fenced off from her, but I know it won't grow well there. I just caught her trying to dig under the little fence I put round it to keep her away from it. I told her off, and now she is sulking in her chair.
She also destroyed all the parsley that was growing around the base of my palm tree. She won't change. I had to take all the white tulip bulbs out of the garden last year because she was digging those up and actually ate one. Another expensive checkup at the vet to see if her bloods were OK, or she had poisoned herself.
I have just decided to move these two white roses completely. I will put one outside my front door, and the other one on the other side of the garden gate. There it will flourish as it will get the sun, and hopefully be beautiful climbing up the fence and over my archway to the garden as I hoped it would.
(I did replant the two roses over the little front door porch to my House. I also took cuttings, and all are shooting, so plenty of hope for roses in future, I tried the rooting in potato method!).
There is a problem with this as it is Parish land, and they don't want flowers or bees and butterfly mix grown along my fence to make it look pretty for walkers passing by. They just want to be able to mow and strip it easily. I can understand their point of view, but I would love to make it pretty.
I am thinking I could use a large container for my rose. I have one. So If I am told to move it again I can just put it somewhere else.
I am am going to see if I can rescue and re-plant those little parsley plants before it gets too dark.
I just can't help thinking of how this is an analogy to the Israel-Palestine situation right now.
If President Trump can build a big beautiful wall to keep the Mexicans out, and any desperate to escape Americans in, then a proper wall built on the agreed boundaries might be a good start for this ridiculous situation.
All those settlements the Israelis have already built in the formally agreed Palestinian, lands should belong to the Palestinians. (Unless the Palestinians actually want to renegotiate their boundries). I think the Palestinians have been badly treated by everyone in this situation, especially if they had their homes bulldozed and no formal agreement of sale for the homes or land.
Bulldozer? I think God might be so hopping mad with his chosen people he will send in a wrecking ball of his own to give them a shake up. It might remind them in who's name they are behaving badly.
The first thing is to get the water and power back on for the Palestinians, it's going to freeze soon.