Tag: Hydrangea petiolaris in winter on boulder

  • The Warmth of January Sunlight . . .

    Sunrise in the Winter Garden  When the Honey-Gold Sun Pours Warm Over the Garden, Winter Can Be So Lovely Snow-Dusted Boulders, Consumed by a Web of Climbing Hydrangea (H. petiolaris), Illuminated by Winter’s Sunglight And the Paper Birch, Delight of White, Vertical Line, Dance in a Sparkling Swirl of Backlit Flurries (Betula papyrifera)  A Winter’s […]

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