Monday, February 25, 2013

Light Snow Today


  1. We have actually had two nice days in a row and I was able to get out in the garden and do some work. I felt great! Rain coming tomorrow.

  2. I hope your little pine makes it. A gentle snow does sound pretty. Have a great week ~ FlowerLady

  3. I wonder if you can brush a lot of the snow off the pine? I have to give you a lot of credit for sure. As much as you love your gardening, you still sound so cheerful with the snow coming down.

    1. I think if I had shaken it while the snow was still lighter it might have helped. I do that sometimes with the junipers along our driveway when their boughs get heavy with snow. Now, the snow has compacted as it has melted a little and compressed. I don't want to hurt it but trying to move it when it is pinned down so much. We'll wait and see.

  4. Nice video... Hope you don't get another huge amount.. I heard the weatherman talking about you all getting more snow AGAIN....

    Hope your pine tree will be okay... It will probably bounce back...


  5. I love the way that snow makes everything so much more still and peaceful. Thanks for the video, and I hope the Mugo makes it through damage free. Take care.

  6. Pretty video. I hope your tree will be fine. We are having an incredible amount of rainfall this week.
    Hope you have a good day.

  7. I might have preferred your kind of snow. .ours came sideways from all directions. .the tree trunk were funny to be covered with snow the entire circumference!! We had RAIN first and then the blizzard hit for slightly less than 24 hours! It was GREAT to wake up to sunshine today. .very pretty. .and quite a mess! We're so thankful to have it, in whatever form it chooses to come in! Enjoy your day!

  8. Am sure your little pine will be fine but I would knock away the snow just to be on the safe side. It is amazing how strong plants can be when Mother Nature tosses them a punch....

  9. I hope there is a lot of moisture locked up in all that snow.


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