Today’s GPOD comes from Kevin Kelly.
The first snow of the season descended gently in Harrisburg, Pa., on December 9. Here are a few photos of my garden to celebrate the event. I enjoy the first month of winter because I get some needed rest from my garden chores. As many of you know from prior posts, my garden is on 4/10 acre in a suburban development. I have 145 conifers on the property. Most of them are slow growing and easy to maintain in a small size. I also leave most of the perennials up for the winter, only clearing out hostas (ugh) and the annuals. Hope you enjoy.
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