Your winter garden is gorgeous. My is covered in three feet of snow. Enjoy!
And very beautiful it is too
Do you know what plant the second from the bottom is? I sure do like it. Enjoyed seeing all of these. It is getting to be the time of year I look forward to seeing spring come.In a post of mine the other day, you wondered how Waveland got it's name...I have no idea. It is such a small place....about 500 people live there. It being so small and having that mural is what amazed me.
May I try to guess? The plant looks like Cornus alba 'Sibirica'. :)Lovely photos!
Beautiful backlighting in some of these.
These are nice. I'm currently enrolled in a gardening class, and working on my winter garden. My instructor says we should try for something blooming at all times of the year to keep up the population of beneficial insects. It's a fun project. I'd like to visit a garden like this.
Lovely photos! Really brightens a gloomy winter's day.
You certainly have an abundance of lovely plants near you. I like to see that you include the bark of trees in your photos! -- barbara
Lovely photos to gaze at this morning, love the ones of the tree bark:)
Love those white droopy flowers look like how I feel.
I am waiting for my Lenten roses (hellebores) to put in an appearance, so I really loved that exquisite hellebore in your photograph.
Such a lovely garden for a sunny afternoon stroll.
Reminding us that there is always beauty even in the depth of winter. I love the snowdrops.
Lovely flowers. Them are nice to look at here middle the raining.
I am trying to turn my tiny back courtyard garden into a winter garden. your photographs are just the inspiration I need
A wonderful place for a winter day. The flowers are gorgeous.
I am patiently waiting for this wonderful time when the early flowers will start to bloom and everything will be awakening. Beautiful photos!!!
The first one is one of my favourite plants.
all so lovely. the red stalks are particularly striking.
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