Plants in Snow Caps

Rudbeckia seedpods in snow

My guesstimate is we have a solid 10 inches on our yard after yesterday’s snowfall, and this time, it was fluffy and light, perfect for putting plants in snow caps.

Sedum in snow

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2 Responses to Plants in Snow Caps

  1. commonweeder says:

    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – in your neighborhood. Here we have a dusting of snow on the ground and fine flurries. It just looks cold! Three years ago, on this day, the Feast of St. Nicholas, I wrote my first blog post. I noted that it was 7 degrees, so I guess I shouldn’t complain about today’s 20 degrees I’m celebrating with a Giveaway.

  2. Karen says:

    Love the snowcaps! They actually look like a happy crowd of people gathered in one place. Here in Wisconsin we have not received any measurable snow yet, not like the ten inches you have already. Beautiful pictures!

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