Saturday, February 18, 2012

Snow on Sedum

What a difference a day makes!   Yesterday I took a photo of my little snow drops.
Then last night we had some snow.  Not much, but it is soft and fluffy.  This is how my garden looks today.  My snowdrops are under there somewhere.



It is very beautiful!  We haven't had much snow this year so this winter wonderland looks amazing.  I think we skipped a couple of seasons.  We went from spring directly into winter.  The temperature is above freezing, which means it is packing snow.  I hope to see some snowmen snowpeople (let's keep this politically correct) on front lawns today.  We are supposed to get another couple of centimeters of the white stuff today.  But this isn't going to last a long time.  It will get warmer over the next few days so everything should melt soon.

I love to see snow on trees and branches and especially on my dried sedum heads.  It's the reason why I don't do a lot of cutting back in the fall.   

5 comments:

wackywoman said...

I don't do cold Hetty; but, I love looking at snow. Very pretty.

Exuberant Color said...

I leave my sedum heads too. They are like tall mushrooms with their snow heads.

Simone de Klerk said...

Wow, that's a real fast change!

knitterarian said...

It was nice well it lasted :(

Henk de Blaauw said...

We have a Snow-PRINCE!!!