Last Friday there was a frost, but it was not a hard frost, so flowers kept on blooming. Yesterday – November 18 – that finally came to an end with a pouring rain that turned to snow that lingered instead of melting. So long, 2016 garden.
Quick photos from my garden. Instagram: @crystallofoliamn
First day of spring in my woodland garden. The log is only visible because it's next to the shoveled path to the compost pile! Several more inches of snow to go before the spring beauties arrive.
Snow seeding on a sunny Saturday for the city of Roseville. This was a mix of native grasses, rushes, and sedges, with some wildflowers like marsh milkweed too, for a wetland area. #mnmasternaturalist
Love it when the flowers wear snow hats. . 🌱: Bee balm / wild bergamot (Monarda fistulosa) . #mnwildflowers