On New Year’s Eve we had a few cm of snow on the ground, but it warmed up and rained that night and, by the first light of the first day of the new year, everything was green (and brown and grey) again. Not to worry – winter is still here! We had more snow […]
Edible ornamental flowers are becoming more popular as gardeners seek to get maximum use from small or kitchen gardens.
Intriguing discoveries are still to be made, eve in shades of black, white and brown.
Bright red berries of Euonymus alatus – #BurningBush – help feed the birdds and provide some nice early winter/late fall colour
The native shrub Symphoricarpos albus – Snowberry – birds will eat these berries, but as a last resort. Apparently they don’t taste that great.
Still some colourful fall foliage as a cold and wet winter approaches.
Still splashes of colour in the garden as cooler temperatures finally arrive.
Snapdragons are hitting their peak, days before frost is due while Colchicum continue to dazzle.
The morning light makes these #Colchicum look like a painting!