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

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

January Garden. USDA zone 8a. Wordless Wednesday
































































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  1. Through ice and snow, things still grow.

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    1. And it gives us HOPE! Thank you Linda!

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  2. Glorious. So much happens in the garden in the winter even though a lot of it is happening under ground. It's so sweet how there are memories of the past, the cold of the present, and even emerging green and blooms telling of the future.

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    1. Peter, your words always inspire me! I want to run outside right now and start planting!

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  3. It is amazing how life can tolerate such environments, and how were they able to live in an area they can tolerate. I remember there are what are called cold tolerant, others cold resistant, and others cold susceptible. Whatever, your photos are all lovely.

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    1. Thank you, Andrea! Sometimes, plants look just dead, but the sun comes and they are alive again!

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  4. Brrr, it looks so cold, but look new growth is starting and last years bits and pieces look lovely. Lots to enjoy, even in winter.

    FlowerLady

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    1. Lorraine, thank you! You are the one whose garden looks amazing year around!

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  5. Snow sprinkled a little garden and decorated it. He does not hurt unless I see already coming out of the land of spring flowers. Regards.

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    1. Giga, soon, I will know if all my plants survived. This winter was colder than many previous ones! I hope your garden is doing fine!

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  6. Oh... such beautiful and inspiring photos! Needed to see that right about now as I have been feeling poorly with what ever is going around and feeling caged inside! LOL Thanks for sharing... Larry

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    1. Larry, thank you! I'm glad to see the days are getting longer, and it's a bit lighter at 5 p.m. than before. Spring is definitely coming, but I don't want to rush it... the time is flying too fast...

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  7. So beautiful! Your images capture the essence of a snow-dusted winter day. The lighting is lovely. Despite the snow, it is easy to imagine spring coming just around the corner!

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    1. Thank you Deb! Snow is gone, but we can have it in February and even in March. Anyway, I've already started cleaning my garden!
      Have a great weekend!

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  8. Magical! I keep hearing of big snows there in the Pacific NW, which is opposite of us here in central Ohio this winter. It's been mostly mild, and hardly any snow. A bit gloomy, but nice.

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  9. Oh what a wintry garden ! Glad I am warm and cosy by a big fire! We have had a warm sunny almost spring-like day today, here in the uk - it felt as if spring is just around the corner !

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