Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow…
The Ornamental Grass Border, Swirling with Snow Flurries (Miscanthus sinensis and Physocarpus opulifolius)
At last, Winter has truly arrived in New England… And it’s a beautiful wonderland!Â Out come the sleds, the snowshoes, the skis and the shovels. On go the mittens and hats, the long, woolen scarves and the tall, sheepskin boots. Fire up the wood stove and mix up the hot cocoa. It’s time to play………….. SoÂ let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
Blowing and Drifting Snow – Native Beech, Cherry and Maple at Forest-Edge
Glittering Gusts of Wind in the Hills
The Colors of Winter: Beech, Birch and Juniper
A Snow-Blasted Stonewall Laced with a Collar of Winterberries and Juniper
Delicate, Blonde Fountain Grass in Snow (Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Hameln’)
Flame Grass Holding Back the Snow Drifts (Miscanthus purpurascens)
The Lacy Web of Climbing Hydrangea (H. petiolaris)
Snow Blankets the Forest, and Miles of Woodland Trails
Stands of Ornamental Grass Swaying in the Wind
Winter’s Geometry: Snow Drifts and Ice Patches
Article and Photographs are copyright Michaela at The Gardener’s Eden
2 Replies to “Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow…”
You’ve managed to make the cold bitter snow-weather of a blizzard nor’easter look ethereal and beautiful … lovely photos. We are buried down here. Quite a storm!
Thank you Laurrie! Yes, I hear CT received more than its share of snow from this storm! And oh, so chilly today on the way to the compost heap! The wind is still whipping about furiously here; creating mountains of snow drifts with beautiful patterns. xo Michaela
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