Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Wordless Wednesday


17 comments:

milka said...

A friendly reminder: siput loves veggies, hehe.

Ali said...

Oh lovely shot of the snail, did you leave him there?

Malar said...

I have many of this small variety snails all over the garden! Very annoying indeed!

A Year In My Garden said...

Ha ha - I was only doing a snail count myself the other day - horrible - throw them into next door !

p3chandan said...

Friendly reminder?...hmmm..hope so Milka:)

Thank you Ali, yes I left him there, I thought he looked harmless and motionless..

Malar dont tell me soon my garden will be invaded by this snail and the whole geng! My veggies not going to have a chance then..aiyo!

Haha..threw them next door? naughty you! Well,so far that was the only one I found and it was not near any of my plant, just staying put for 2 days there near the chain fence..

rainfield61 said...

It is moving its house from your place to P3chandan's house.

So see you there.

p3chandan said...

Rainfield from Malar's place to my house? Not if I can do something about it!

Meredehuit ♥ said...

Hey, those little guys live in my gardens , too!

Appalachian Feet said...

It always amazes me how they can glue themselves to things when they are closed up in their shell.

p3chandan said...

Meredehuit, I guess they are world travelers!

Eliza, its true, they can glued themselves for days there so montionless!

James Missier said...

one of the pest which constantly remind me to take care of my garden or else they become invaded by these snails.
Good thing they are still small, imagine the damage they can do when they are huge.

p3chandan said...

James I hate to think of that possibility happening in my garden, please, please...not snails now that Im just starting my vegetable garden!

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Every gardener nightmare cause they only start their work at night.

p3chandan said...

Aiyooo...Diana, habis la my kebun sayur!

Patricia said...

Very inviting blog! I recognize this little critter...I think I threw him into the street yesterday.
thanks for stopping by my blog to comment!

p3chandan said...

Thank you Patricia.Haha..you threw it into the street? Well Ive found only one of its kind so not really a threat yet..I hope!

Sunray said...

Unfortunate parts of gardening.

Cher
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