Today’s photos are from Sally Barker in Maryland. We’ve visited Sally’s garden several times (refresh your memory HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE), and today we get to see what her garden looks like in snow!
She says, “Here are a few Fall/Winter photos from my garden. I couldn’t resist the view through the leaves of the ‘Waterfall’ Japanese maple. Without doubt the star of the winter garden is the ‘Natchez’ crape myrtle! The bark color is amazing. It is surrounded by a
grouping of evergreen Microbiota decussata. Other winter pleasures are berries from skimmia and nandina, evergreen shrubs, birdbaths, the stone patio, and lovely hellebore blooms above my kitchen sink. Hope you enjoy.”
I am soooo visiting your garden this year, Sally. Maryland road trip!
—-Winter is the perfect time to take a photographic stroll through the photos you took in your garden this year……and then send some in to me at [email protected]!
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