Monday, March 2, 2015
Today's photos are from Beth Zakrasek in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. We visited Beth's garden for an entire week back in 2013–that's how amazingly awsome it is! (Refresh your memory HERE) Today she's back to introduce us to some of her friends. She says, "Warm greetings from snowy Iowa! We had a huge snow last week and the birds were thrilled to have full feeders. The birds are my “colorful blooms” in the winter. The squirrels and the birds love the crabapples and enjoy them all winter. Here are a few shots of some of these friends, and I included some summer shots of some of the same views as a fun contrast. I always love to see the winter photos when it is July, hot and humid, and then gaze at my summer photos when it is 10 degrees outside and a white wonderland. Spring is around the bend…
Question: I lost one of my clematis vines to wilt this past summer. I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions about this problem and what to do…?" Beth, you've reminded me that I really do need to get a birdfeeder–I've been meaning to for YEARS!! All of your visitors are beautiful, and they really do act the part of colorful flowers in winter, don't they? I'm looking forward to hearing what everyone has to say about clematis wilt…
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