Celebrating Winter Magnificence – FineGardening

Right this moment Barbara Owen is sharing some pictures with us.

Folks could also be bored with winter and in search of pictures of spring, however even when a blanket of snow is overlaying the sleeping backyard, there’s nonetheless loads to see.

lawn and border garden bed dusted in snowWith our local weather changing into extra unpredictable, typically the snow surprises us too early and the colourful fall panorama is dramatically remodeled.

bare tree, conifers, and shrubs covered in snow

The bushes outlined with delicate strains of snow

close up of tree branches covered in snow“Winter lace”

dried and dormant hydrangea covered in snow‘Woman in Pink’ hydrangea (Zones 5–9) with snow blossoms

close up of shrub covered in thick layer of snowAn extended-clawed snow monster seems to come back inside.

garden patio covered in snow with rabbit prints in the snowWithin the snow, footprints inform of a rabbit social gathering on the patio.

close up of rock wall covered in snowThe snow creates sculptures out of a rock wall.

stacks of planter pots covered in snowEmpty pots look ahead to spring.

view of snow-covered garden from aboveThe snow simplifies and highlights the view, clearing the drafting board for brand new concepts or rearrangements within the backyard.

pavers and lawn covered in snowA lightweight snow blanket highlighting the patterns alongside the trail and the rain shadow beneath the bushes


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