Jimmy has put on a nice Winter coat.
He will need it as we are below zero and will be single digit temperatures in the garden for at least the next week.
Extra straw for all my critters, to keep them nice and warm.
A layer of snow in the garden.
Whirligigs stopped with a coating of chilly ice.
The garden gloves will rest here until next year.
I trimmed some greens to use for some wreaths and decorations, and can’t help but be instantly in the holiday mood.
The smell from freshly cut evergreens….well that’s the most wonderful scent of the season.
Pinecones from the garden for upcoming projects.
Wreaths, garlands and a big bowl for the table.
A first snowfall, crisp air, warming sunshine.
A reflection of the garden and it’s purpose.
As I walked the garden this morning, I peeked inside the windows of Rabbit Run Cottage…the view looking in is a nice as the view looking out.
November brings grateful moments….
I am guilty of making endless lists…
What to grow, what not to grow.
Gardening on paper,
sketching the garden beds,
and reading all my gardening books.
This icicle formed hanging from the Pine trees in the garden.
Mother Nature did her own decorating in the garden.