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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8b. Sunset climate zone 5

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Our First Snow. My Garden Is Still Awake

We had our first snow... It's already gone.
Hydrangea:

 Campanula:
 Fuchsia:
 Rose:
 Japanese forest grass:
 Cabbage:
 Rhododendron:
Birds love these seedheads:
Lavender:




Camellia:

Have a great weekend!
***Copyright 2012 TatyanaS

20 comments:

  1. You have a gorgeous garden, even in the snow! I'm jealous of all the green and other colors.

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    1. Hi Jason! Yes, green is the our garden's color...

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  2. Your roses are still blooming!!!

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  3. Gorgeous! Thanks for all the photos. I enjoyed the tour!

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  4. Какая красота!

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  5. It looks very pretty Tatyana!

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    1. Mark and Gaz, I have a feeling that our winter and your winter are very similar!

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  6. Wow, you've got some snow! How will your garden survive because of that snow! Merry Christmas, Tatyana!

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    1. My life, ha-ha, yes, this is it! Although, we might have more in January and even in March!

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  7. I cannot believe you still have some blooms. The touch of snow on them is beautiful.
    I always love looking at your garden.
    Have a wonderful Christmas with DH and those two handsome boys.

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    1. Lona, thank you so much! I wish Happy Holidays to you, too!

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  8. These are pictures of a really wonderful wintergarden and everywhere are some flowers to be seen.
    Wish you a merry Christmas with your family and dog.

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  9. How beautiful and magical to have blooms and snow at the same time! I don't think I've ever seen that effect in person, but it's wonderful to see it virtually. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos.

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  10. Tatyana, your garden looks reluctant to fall asleep fully, unlike ours. Have a great Christmas.

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  11. Merry Christmas, Tatyana! Your dusting of snow is lovely, but I bet the plants are shivering underneath and will soon crawl inside themselves and curl up for some winter rest. Best wishes for 2013!

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  12. The winter's first snow is always magical. Lovely.

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