Grape hyacinth in the snow, when it got down to 12 degrees I thought I had lost them but they are back standing up and looking fine now. We have 2 weeks of warmer weather and no freezes, however, this is Colorado, we usually don’t plant anything tender out until after May 10th!
It’s great for the skiers but hard on the folks who have to shovel the sidewalks! After a while the piles are too high to stack any more, fortunately in the Denver area it does melt a bit. But more is expected Monday night! This mandala is snowy branches with ornament like images forming between […]
We got 12 inches of snow at the end of October. It piled up on everything, to include the branches outside my window. When I took the picture there was no blue sky. Then I remembered my neighbor’s blue truck was parked beyond the branches, thus the blue color in the mandala!
After Mother’s Day it’s supposed to be OK to put tender plants out with the expectation that it will no longer freeze. It was 32 last night with SNOW. Forgot to take down the umbrellas so one is broken, another bent under 8 inches of wet heavy snow. Oh well, this to shall pass.