Endangered Species

Alarm

Floradora read a very alarming article in the newspaper…

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Concern

…she ran to the potting shed to share the worrying news with Perdita.

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worry

The girls were very concerned about their own little friend…

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Inspection

…so they tiptoed out to the garden to check up on him.

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Found!

They were relieved to spot him chatting with the garden wildlife…

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Gnome

…and frolicking in the Saxifrage

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Relief

They were very relieved…and are glad that the garden is still an attractive habitat for their local gnome and other endangered species. They might make it even more delightful and build a little pond for him to go fishing in…

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Click Here to read the article that caused Perdita and Floradora such concern…

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14 thoughts on “Endangered Species

  1. So fun. I was doing some dusting for a friend earlier and lo and behold, there were two gnomes on a certain shelf and one did have a fishing pole in hand. He had caught a boot!

  2. Oh what a relief!! So happy that your gnome is well and happy. We have no garden gnomes here (at least none that we know of). Hopefully we will find one this spring. , do you have any tips for attracting them ?

    • Perhaps you have reclusive or shy gnomes? I have heard that putting milk out in a saucer works for tomtens to entice them to stay, but I am not sure about the ones in your country! Possibly a pond stocked with old boots?

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