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Over the years, Fine Gardening readers have sent us a great many photographs of gardens under winter cover. Enjoy this collection of the finest.
This image leads one to ponder whether ajuga looks better in bloom or in winter.
A stunning sunscape
Dawn and dusk come to life in the crisp winter air.
Our plucky feathered friends make bright highlights in the stark landscape.
Berries on ice
Who would've thought strawberries could provide such compelling colors?
Winter is a time for study
When growth is replaced by a blanket of clean snow, contemplating changes and edits to make next growing season is an enjoyable way to pass the short winter days.
A feast for the eyes (and birds)
Be sure to enjoy the colorful berries outdoors before wildlife eat them up.
Little snow hats
These hydrangea blossoms received a snow cap for their winter slumber.
Turning a new leaf
Fallen leaves make such nice symbols for the clarity winter brings.
It won't be long now
Instead of bemoaning the off-season, enjoy its subtle splendor and thumb through seed catalogs. Spring arrive soon enough.
A Gardener's Holiday Season
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