This is the septic garden.
Some plants have been ignored by grazers. \o/
The wild chives are struggling due to transplanting but have not been nibbled.
This chocolate mint is thriving.
The plain mint is also doing great.
The garlic chives are doing well.
The butterfly weed, a type of milkweed, is intact.
The rhubarb is flourishing and untouched.
The onion chives are thriving. I have already bought and planted another of these.
The stonecrop sedum has been utterly ignored.
The coreopsis is unharmed and thriving.
Some plants have been bitten but are surviving. :)
The lamb's ear has has stalks chewed off but not consumed.
The carnations have a few stalks nibbled off but are mostly fine.
The spiderwort has been shortened but it seems to grow fast, like a grass.
Some plants have been heavily grazed but aren't dead yet. :/
The hollyhock is eaten down to one leaf but still alive.
Many of the marigolds have been demolished, but some are left.
Some plants are either gone or nearly gone. The pink daisy is so thorougly destroyed you can't even see stubs. >_<
This is all that's left of the Dusty Miller artemesia.
These are new, and I've planted more since I took these pictures.
This is a yellow poppy.
This is a white poppy.