Hi There, I love seeing your yard from season to season. Amazing the differences. I can certainly tell that WINTER has arrived in your area... (It has here too--as things look bare.)Merry Christmas.Hugs,Betsy
I hate this time of the year in the garden . . . but yours is so much neater than mine!
I always like seeing grasses in winter---they add a bit of "sculpture" to the garden.Not much for snow for you guys. We had a lot, but it has melted.
GonSS, every thing looks so different during the winters months. It's hard to imagine that there's still life in the garden just waiting for the warmer weather to begin another year of growth and beauty. It's the way things have been since the beginning of time. During the spring of the year, I am so amazed when I reflect on the spark of life that's contained in every seed that I plant. How can it be that the life within the seed can lay dormant for so long and suddenly spring to life with the right conditions. It's one of the mysteries of life. It's one of the reasons I garden. It's so marvelous to watch unfold every year.Have a great winter garden slumber day.
Your garden looks like mine--ready for a long winter's sleep. The first seed catalog arrived last week, but like you, I put it aside until after Christmas. Looking forward to dreaming of next year's garden!
I enjoy your yard in all seasons. I wish you and your family a nice Christmas.
The forest sure is a shot of green in an otherwise dull and dreary winter landscape. In case I don't talk to you before Christmas, Happy Holidays!
Stopping back by to say MERRY CHRISTMAS to you and yours..Hugs,Betsy
Merry Christmas to you and yours.
Your garden looks very beautiful. Merry Christmas!
Your garden always looks good to me. I wish you were here to instruct me on mine. I could use the advice!Wishing you all the joys of the holiday season and blessings in the year to come.xoxoxSheila :-)
Good morning :)
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