Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Red Rover


Red rover, red rover,
send the red clover over.


In the garden there is quite a quantity of red clover growing, indeed thriving.


The rabbits find it quite delicious, and would eat more than a moderate amount if given the chance.

It's called red clover because it has stunning red blooms, which you can almost see here.

Nom, nom, nom, gone in a thrice.
June 21st, 2011
Summer Solstice

11 comments:

bunnits said...

I just love these nomming buns photos.

Jade said...

Oh yes, clover is nummy nommy stuff. I haven't had a chance to introduce Mick to red clover, but if he loves it as much as he loves white clover, he will be one happy bunneh.

Christina said...
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Christina said...

Happy Solstice..Amelia looks like she is eating baskettie!

Crafty Green Poet said...

delicious clover!

Lisa said...

Red clover looks delicious!!! WE wants! And Miss Amelia with those EARS!!!

The Fab Furs said...

Red rover, red rover,
All the buns want to come over,
For some of that clover.

Yollie, the human of Fairy Castle Farm said...

"Gone in a thrice, I bet, very nice!"

SixBunnies said...

I just want to hug those furry babies!

Rabbits' Guy said...

BL makes a special trip down the hill and across the street now every day to gather large heads of white clover. We only have a few reds.

HAppy bunns there.

Michelle May (Shell) said...

I brought Harrington and Hannah some from WV. They sniffed it and then snubbed it. Oh well, I tried to bring them a gift from vacation. Maybe they would have liked a snowglobe instead.
hee,hee,hee.
xx, shell