Sunset on Sunday after the “Big Dig”

Kevin Kelly shares his snow day from the big storm this past weekend!

"I live in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and we just had a record snowfall at 30.2 inches. Much of the garden is buried, but there were still a few interesting things in the garden. Most of my gazing balls were buried, as well as many of the perennials. A number of grasses came through like stars. I have many dwarf conifers that are currently buried. Hope you enjoy."

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Panicum virgatum “Northwind”

Gazing ball on 30 inch stand

Bluebird house with a green roof (with white fluffy hat)

Echinacea

Cryptomeria japonica “Black Dragon”

Buried backyard perennial beds

Dwarf Japanese White Pine (20 years old)

Hydrangea paniculata “Limelight”

Schizachyrium scoparium‘Standing Ovation’ (Little Bluestem)

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