Wondered What Was Happening to my Guardian Angel Rose

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If you have a close look to the right of the white bird bath you'll see a wallaby perched watching me. He comes through in the morning and the back home in the evening but i only see him occasionally. I wondered why my newly planted and beautifully shaped Guardian Angel Rose was looking the worse for wear. Now I know. :rolleyes:I know roses are hardy so I'll let nature take it's course. Seeing the wallaby makes my day:LOL:!
 
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Wow that's amazing! You were lucky to see him, so I'm glad you got a photo too! (y)
 
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Awww, he is so, so cute!!! I've never seen a wallaby in person, but I love looking at pictures of them, because they're adorable animals.
I hope your rose will be fine:)
 
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How marvelous to have that gorgeous garden, and a wallaby, too! If you spray your rose with a hot pepper spray the wallaby may find it less attractive. It works with bunnies, and may with your cute friend, also. But, one can buy roses, but not wallabys.
 
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That's amazing! Is it common to have wallabies just hop into your yard like that? My husband would be jealous, he adores Australian animals (funnily though his favorites are wombats!) but he would think this was just incredible!
 
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Wow..your garden is so pretty and you also captured wallaby! Just wonderful!
 

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