A few months ago my son brought home a cabbage seedling that is part of a program to reward the student that grows the largest cabbage.  This was interesting to an 8 year old boy for about 45 seconds.  But I have managed to keep it alive, and planted it a few weeks ago in the small veggie garden Emma and I are trying our hand at.  The cabbage is perking along, take a look...



But take a look closer...



Someone is eating my cabbage!


Can't be bunnies, because we've already fenced in the garden after my peppers were assassinated. Must be a bug of some kind.  I'm hoping the spray I bought will help.  Until then, check out the other macro goodness HERE.


17 Comments

  1. They really are a soft pretty color... and nice lines too, when you look up this close. Happy cooking.
    jenni

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  2. snails? love your photos and your blog wallpaper! great colors!

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  3. lush....and making me want to cook sunday lunch! ;o)

    hugs

    hello gorgeous xxx

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  4. Someone couldn't see so they created windows. They are visiting me too.

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  5. Bahahaha!!! I agree 8 years old boys expect those seedling to EXPLODE after about 3 hours LOL - cabbages are so pretty .... and delicious....but don't tell the 8 year old that either...Happy Sunday!

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  6. Rut-rough! I hope your cabbage survives. We have to fence in our sweet potatoes - deer love them. Ugh the critters!

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  7. The frosted green is beautiful!

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  8. And now I'm dreaming of galumpki (stuffed cabbage, Polish style) for dinner....yum, yum! Love your photo, but not that someone else is snacking on the cabbage! ;)

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  9. How pretty cabbage looks up close! I guess the critters think it's pretty enough to eat!

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  10. Hole-y or not, it's a beautiful cabbage.

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  11. Loved your comment about the 8 year old boy's attention span, and the cabbage shots were great. I'm guessing you have a caterpillar of some sort.

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  12. The cabbage makes a wonderful macro subject! Yea, critters are fun to catch on camera, but not fun when they're eating your plants. Have a great day!

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  13. Love the way cabbage looks! Great photos...

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