By Kim Charles

We had just had our first snow of 2016 here in New Hampshire. This is a photo from a few years ago, but the effect of the snow is quite lovely I think.

Lily Jacobi shows us highlights of her garden throughout the seasons.

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My favorite fountain put out in early spring. I came out one morning and this is what I saw.

My fountain encased in ice. I work with a lot of crystals, the one in the bowl is flourite.

The garden is just starting to come to life after a long winter. Here is a shot of my Prairiefire crabapple.
 

This is an early spring photo with daffodils on bloom underneath my Prairiefire crabapple tree in the front yard.

This is a midsummer photo with my tall phlox in full flower. I think I started off with one or two, maybe three cultivars and somehow over the years they have blended and came up with their own shades of white, pink and purple. Quite lovely, but they did take over the entire bed.

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