|Our Rose in November snow.|
We had a week of snow here in Pennsylvania. One bright morning, I went out for a walk to see the unusual sights that come from having snow this early in the year...
|This rose is one of the re-blooming shoots from our climbing rose. It covers the trellis for our upstairs apartment.|
|Snow on our climbing rose.|
|The fragrance of a rose in the cold is so very strong! I suppose it is calling to any daring pollinators who might be venturing out on such a day. I enjoy it instead.|
|Looking down from the steps to the snow covered yucca, shrubs and ornamental pear tree, which is the last one to drop its leaves every year.|
|The Hill Garden with Echinacea seedheads, bright red Berberis and yellow leaves from the neighbor's maple.|
|Our front border highlighted with snow.|
|Perennial Foxglove Digitalis grandiflora by the fence.|
|Our Driveway Garden with Rose of Sharon and ornamental grass.|
|Miscanthus sinensis 'Dixieland' dripping with snow.|
|Lamium maculatum is one plant that flowers 8 months out of the year. More importantly for me, it makes a nice evergreen ground cover under my border plantings.|
Also see our bright Yucca 'Color Guard' covered in snow.
Thanks to May Dreams for hosting Garden Blogger Bloom Day!