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Glorious Too

pink salvia thriving in the chilly air

the little blue and yellow faerie houses live in the maples off the back porch

royal princess nandina in berry bloom

the orange jubilee has a few luscious blooms

a bird house amidst the fading leaves of the sturdy bald cyprus

i hope these little buds will have a chance to bloom this week

purpurea falling over the retaining wall


Another peek in the garden.

The sun shines at a different angle.

An amazingly colorful December in Dallas-Fort Worth.

There's always something going on in the garden.

Soon the temps will dip.

The bare trees will strike interesting poses.

The icicles will drip in the afternoon sun.

A blanket of snow will soften the edges.


There's a glimpse of the foliage in Glorious.

A list of Plants in Our Garden.

What's going on in your December garden?

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Reader Comments (5)

where exactly do u live? It's beautiful.. here it's all covered in white..

12.14.2010 | Unregistered Commenterbonnierose

So lovely- my poor container garden got hit HARD by the cold weather this week. We've got a few more days left and I'm terrified for them. I love seeing these photos, it gives me hope. Especially those delicate blooms.

12.14.2010 | Unregistered Commenterchel

Totally amazing, I am in awe- thanks for posting. I will go take some of my garden in its winter splendor!
Mere 12 degrees today and steady snow but it is light and fluffy. Still makes roads greasy. such different plants you have too. Thank you.

12.14.2010 | Unregistered CommenterCarol

Gorgeous photos with gorgeous colours. Here, everything's covered in white.

12.14.2010 | Unregistered CommenterMissKoolAid

Bonnie Rose, I added a little to the post - we're in DFW. I was curious how white Fargo would be this time of year!

Chel, I so hope your container plants will survive the chill. It's so difficult to look out at our garden and not know what will make it through the weather.

Carol, There's always something going on in the garden, even in the winter! Hope you find some good shots.

Sophie, Hoping it's a lovely white!


12.14.2010 | Registered Commentergypsy

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