Snowy Garden

We know many of you are keen on gardening, so here's your latest plot: dug over, weed free and ready to sow the seeds of new ideas...

 
 
 

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Dottie May

Snowy Garden

Our garden looks really tidy - can't see anything apart from snow.

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tubs

Snowy garden

Yes it's the only time my garden looks like everyone else's!!!!

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Elpe

Snowy Garden

I'd love to know what the animal tracks are! One of our snowmen had to have a facelift yesterday and I can see the other one needs one today!

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Dottie May

Snowy Garden

I'm fascinated too with regard to animal foot prints. Something definitely has been coming out of the adjacent field to the bird table. Think it must be a fox?

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Thistledo

Snowy garden

Just cat prints in ours. All the way up to our cat flap in our back door. It's that nosy youngster from 2 doors away.
My azalea, at the bottom of the garden and what we call the 'garden tart' looks so pretty with all the snow on it. Looks as if someone has decorated it. Loads of pink buds showing through. It'll be orange (hence our name for it) when it flowers around May.

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Gerry

too cold

to go out and see what havoc has been caused to my camellia buds which were peeping out last week.

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Dottie May

Snowy Garden

We've also got a Camelia which is in bud but now covered in snow. As it is quite frosty I hope it doesn't destroy the buds because they will just drop off later on. Fingers crossed. It does say in gardening books that when shrubs are covered in snow you should go around them and shake off the snow but I think the snow will be too deep for my boots. Don't fancy falling over either!!

 
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