Wake Up Call

Hmmm. I kind of knew I’d pay somehow for yesterday’s post, but I didn’t think it would come quite so quickly. And I certainly didn’t think it would mean that I’d wake up this morning – all bleary eyed and pre-coffee – and go to inspect my seedlings which are on the kitchen windowsill only to find a GINORMOUS SLUG in the kitchen sliming across the trays where I’d planted my peas en route for my poor Romanesco seedlings.

Will these dastardly molluscs stop at nothing?

8 Responses to Wake Up Call

  1. tinyokgarden says:

    Welcome to the delights of a home gardener! Grinning..
    Happy slug free gardening

  2. Bet that slug’s been watching and planning that for days… x

  3. WOL says:

    If I was in your wellies, I’d be asking, “What eats snails? and can you get some keep them as pets?”

  4. WOL says:

    make that “and” keep them as pets

  5. Get some chickens. Ours eat all of our slugs.

  6. disgruntled says:

    Hedgehogs eat slugs, but I’m not keeping them – or chickens – in the house. We have had a couple of frogs in the house though, now I come to think of it.

  7. Kim says:

    They will stop at the line of salt…

  8. disgruntled says:

    I’ll believe that when I see it…

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