January 24, 2010

The Colors of January

Filed under: Our gardens — Tags: — Judy @ 7:43 pm

What do you think of when you imagine winter in upstate New York? Lots of snow? Lots of white and gray? Yep, sounds about right . . . usually! But today was another beautiful day in the high 40′s with the snow melting rapidly. I took a walk to get some fresh air and see what interesting sights I could find out there. The garden beds are still snuggling under their leaf and bark mulches, but the lawn already looks greener to me after getting a good dose of that “poor man’s fertilizer.” I can see that the primroses, Jacob’s ladders, and other early bloomers show promise of things to come, but almost everything else is sleeping like it should. I really didn’t expect to see much as we still have about 2 more months of winter to get through, but look what I found! See? Winter here is not all gray!


The Colors of January 2010 Slideshow

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  1. You have a great eye for finding the colors and textures in an environment that for some can be somewhat dreary. Thanks for sharing, makes me want to get out in the garden!

    Comment by Midge — January 26, 2010 @ 4:53 pm

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