We woke up to this...
The snow keeps coming as the beans are busying making a family of snow people in the front garden. I've been shaking the weight of the heavy snow off of our trees as we have lost a few branches from the storm.
So as we dig ourselves out and wait to see if the blizzard warnings they are talking about later in the day will go into effect, I'm getting some plants on the list for spring.
Lucky Charm Windflower
This Anemone is more compact then other Anemones for part shade.
Black Truffle Cardinal Flower
This perennial has dramatic dark chocolate foliage that will make a nice contrast for some of the sunny spots in my garden.
Forever Pink Phlox
I'm looking forward to getting some of these in my space as they are a variety known for no mildew as well as being compact. Blooms from June to October.
Ruby Slippers Oak-Leaved Hydrangea
A compact selection for my small garden with amazing foliage.
I'm off to knock more snow off the limbs of my trees and shrubs! Wishing you a lovely Sunday!
Happy Making, Baking, and Growing!