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Monday, October 31, 2011

The Frosted Garden

The first frosts are almost always something that this gardener dreads.  Mostly because it is the end of the growing season - mostly, some plants will grow on through the winter. But if you look closely at the frost you can also find it is a thing of beauty.

Frost on Viburnum x burkwoodii


Frost on Butterfly Bush



Frost on a Solar Globe Light


Frost on Oregano



Frost on 'Shasta' viburnum


Frost on Thyme


Have you had your first frost yet?  

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4 comments :

  1. Love the frost on the oregano--how pretty.
    We had our first frost well over a month ago.

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  2. I can't figure out what is happening in the warmer climates that is not happening here yet. We have had no frost yet so I know we are going to get hit hard when it comes!

    Eileen

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  3. Lovely photos of frost on your plants.

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  4. In our area frost always destroys plants,so we need new tips to keep our plants alive,and fresh
    Thank you

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