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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

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Loree / danger garden

I remember my parents talking about wet snow vs. dry snow. It was all lost on me until I started gardening. Wet snow is right up there with freezing rain. Ugly for the plants.

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

Gosh you guys seem to be having much more snow than us this year. I'm so over winter (already, sigh), but a little more snow would probably be good for the garden. But, as you point out, only the good kind!

Lisa at Greenbow

Darn the luck. Our Camy doesn't like snow either. It has so far snapped back. Good luck.

Peter/Outlaw

It's beautiful to see and you've made a great choice to enjoy it from the warmth of your house! Hope it doesn't cause a lot of damage in your garden. Sometimes I miss winter but am so thankful to live where so much is hardy. Still, when the rare flakes fly, I'm transported to what nostalgia has made a magical time and place. Thanks for the sweet memories.

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