I love Marlene Mullet's positive spin on snow, cold and winter.  Do you have snow yet this winter? Share your photos!

"Winter gardens can be very interesting, especially if you have snow covering untrimmed perennials and grasses. Here in Northern Ohio we usually get snow, some winters more than others, and also cold temperatures which can make a waterfall an interesting feature in the garden. Arbors, birdhouses, rocks, and other garden decor along with untrimmed vines and shrubs also look lovely with snow cover. Every year I try to come up with more ways to keep my winter gardens from looking dull and drab. It's another way to enjoy the garden all year!"

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