Musing on gardening and life in the heart of rural Wiltshire. Well, erm Chippenham actually...
Beangenie - it is brrrrr! I think my snowed up watering can's rather cute though ;)And I love how snow hushes everything and alters the light's quality. You know it's there before you pull back the curtains :)
A day to sit with a hot drink and a gardening book!Dream and plan!LeaLea's Menagerie
Gorgeous...now it looks like my garden except we only have a few inches here now
lovely photo xx
Ssshh - I struggled to find my watering can which I needed to water the greenhouse!!
Found my watering can today. It is totally solid! Being plastic it will probably crack when it eventually thaws out. Lovely photo. Keep warm.
Hah! I have a similar photo of my wheelbarrow swathed in snow. I do love the way snow creates "cushions" on all surfaces.
Lea - I have 2 on the go at the moment :)Donna - we have more to come this week apparently.Kbower - welcome and thanks :)PG - I can lend you one ;)Dobby - they're usually quite resilient, so fingers crossed for you xJanet - 'cushions' is a very good term :)
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