Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: First Snow


'Autumn Brilliance' fern is brilliant in winter, too.


Sedum seed heads catch some ice.


The miniature red rose bush is still stunning.


A little snow won't stop the spinach.


At least the white mulberry tree we've tried to kill is good for something.


Lily tries to get a drink from the iced over pond.


The maiden grass takes a bow to the cairn under the weight of snow and ice.


A warm blanket of snow for the garden


Ajania pacificum - always a late bloomer



Ice and duckweed frozen in the little pond


The chickens' first snow! (It bored them.)

8 comments:

The Frizzy Hooker said...

Wowser!

Lona said...

You received quite a bit of snow Kylee. We had a few flurries here with none sticking like you have.What a way for November to go out.

Sue said...

The first snow is always the most magical. Funny how by March it's just --YUCK!
:)

CommonWeeder said...

We beat you with a Halloween snowstorm! Now I am celebrating my 4th blogoversary with a Giveaway - Succulent Container Gardens by Debra Lee Baldwin AND my own book, The Roses at the End of the Road. Come help me celebrate.

Filip Demuinck said...

I love snow but we don't get a lot of it. The cat on the pillar is great, I hope you didn't her on it.

Greetings,
Filip

Corner Gardener Sue said...

I enjoyed seeing your snow photos. We have normally had a little by now, but haven't. We are expecting some this weekend, though. Well, it's December, so I better just brace and bear it.

Darla said...

Isn't it so pretty? No snow here in North Florida, plenty of frost though..

Nicky @dirtandmartinis said...

Oh, it's so pretty! Great photos Kylee! (and I love that birdfeeder too)

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