I know it must be hard for a gardener to wait till growing season, but I love this time of year. We don't get snow, so I enjoy seeing it on other people's blogs. The garden looks lovely dusted with it. It's like a blanket, covering up the ground while it rests and waits till morning (spring). Lovely!xoSheila :-)
Your back patio looks inviting, even with the snow, and I can see your vegetable garden is all tucked in for the winter. Happy 2015.
Brrrrrr! That looks cold.Right now at 4:54 EST, here in s.e. FL it is 80 and humid. It does NOT feel like winter at all.Thanks for your tours ~ FlowerLady
Ahhh -- you've got some snow on your side of the prairie!
I smiled when I saw the path to the garden swept.Sneaking a peek?Wishful thinking?
Cute! More like needed to get to the trash bin, but I do check on the garlic shoots and water their area occasionally.
I like this garden bench very much. I can't wait till the spring. Greets:)
Hi there Sherlock,I wish we had snow here. Is the forest more open at the front, or is it just me?
I think the snow on the ground makes it more obvious in this post that we had to cut back branches to meet city code requirements for clearance over the sidewalk. They weren't blocking the sidewalk just out on the edge a bit. In any case, we took care of it trimming each offending branch back to a fork and by the end of summer, I spotted some new green shoots on the bare spots so there is hope for green to return.
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