Today's photos are from our good friend Jeanne Cronce out in Port Orchard, Washington. (Previous posts HERE.) Jeanne says, "It has been so cold here, 20's at night and lower 30's during the days. We had a light dusting of snow and with all of this it has helped me to see the "bones" of the gardens. So I thought I would share some pictures that might encourage us to look at the garden while other perennials and deciduous trees are asleep. Evergreens make a wonderful anchor for the garden. They give wonderful texture and green color, which really is more of a backdrop in summer for all the beautiful colors of flowers and leaves of other plants. There could also be boulders, stumps, arches, and fences that help hold our gardens together. It is a lot of fun year-round with gardening. Brrrrr…" Beautiful, Jeanne! I'd love to see more winter pics from everyone–send them in!
SEND ME PICS OF YOUR GARDEN, OR A GARDEN YOU'VE VISITED! Email me at [email protected]. Thanks! –Michelle
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