Signs of spring....the Sedum 'Brilliant' is starting to show its new little buds...
Barberry 'Rosy Glow', Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar, Chamaecyparis 'Gold Mop', Arborvitae 'Emerald Green' (right) and Western Arborvitae 'Virescens' (left) with Dwarf Buddleia in front
and it almost looks like the Barberry is showing a reddish hue, perhaps from tiny new buds forming.
And within a matter of hours the snow started coming down and gently landing on the garden.
Weeping White Pine, 'Yaku Jima' Maiden Grass, Golden Hinoki Cypress and 'Montgomery' Globe Blue Spruce
By evening the flakes got larger and soon everything was covered in snow.
'Montgomery' Globe Blue Spruce (Grafted)
So much for signs of spring. We are now a winter wonderland for a while and the landscape is covered in a blanket of pure white.
Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar and Barberry 'Rosy Glow' Snow Covered
I do love the look of the winter's snow on the garden...so peaceful and serene.
Weeping Pussy Willow
More snow is on the way tonight.
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Maybe we will have to wait just a little bit longer for spring and enjoy the scenery for now. Be sure to visit our hostess Carol at May Dreams Gardens and take a look at what other gardeners have blooming in their gardens.
As Always...Happy Gardening!