Woodland Shade Gardening

Woodland shade gardening with a purpose – pleasure, creativity, rainwater collection!

Snow

We got some snow coverage early in the week, but the snow Wednesday night & Thursday morning was not dry enough to stick.  It was lovely to watch it falling.  We got 1” of water in the rain gauge.  Our ground is so incredibly soggy right now.  I don’t think it has ever been this wet for this long, since we have lived here.  But that’s okay, most the roots are on high enough ground to be alright.  It’s amazing how snow cover really gives the gardener an opportunity to view the ‘bones’ of a garden without distraction.  I already have a list of plants & shrubs I am planning to move this spring, and I added a couple more to the list during the snow cover!  I’m thinking you got a lot more accumulation during the Wed/Thur snow.  I looked at the Chopper 9 aerial photos online and they were gorgeous.  How much coverage did you get?
Where's the water?

Where’s the water?

Snow in the gardens is a quiet that is such a gift.  Reasons for the seasons.

Snow in the gardens is a quiet that is such a gift. Reasons for the seasons.

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2 comments on “Snow

  1. casjack1
    June 9, 2015

    I think this is my favorite post. 🙂

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    • June.
      June 9, 2015

      Thank you – there is such a peacefulness when snow is covering the gardens.

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