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Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Wordless Wednesday

I have to say this picture is from a few days ago guys ! .. I have had three bloggers say how nice it would be to have snow like it looks in my picture ... I am red faced now ;-) LOL

15 comments:

Helen said...

I did the same thing, only with words! Nice to see snow on *someone's* garden. Happy Christmas, Joy, from bare-naked Toronto (in a snowy sense, that is).

Karen said...

Oh lovely...you have snow! We have none.

Country Gal said...

So pretty when it snows ! Wish we would have our snow instead of this gloomy rain ! Have a good day !

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Helen, Karen and Elaine ... girls I cheated with this picture .. it is from a few days ago .. all we have had here lately is rain too .. so I am sorry for misleading you? LOL
Yes .. gloomy dark rain .. snuggle time with a good pair of pajamas and blanket!

Buttons said...

You have snow we have none. I am missing it. B

Jennifer said...

Hi Joy, Christmas is one of those time of year when snow is welcome. It looks however as if we are destined to have a green Christmas.
I see in an earlier post that sage has always been very hardy for you. I have never had great luck overwintering it, but last year I had a plant make it through. Next year will be its third season. I am wondering if I should cut it back in spring to give it a new lease on life or leave it on its own. What do you usually do?

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Hi Buttons .. this was a "cheat" picture from a few days ago .. we have no snow at the moment .. sorry girl!

Jennifer girl I never used to think of sage as a problem being a perennial .. all of them usually came back for me .. I do clean them up in the Spring , cut away the older dried out bits to give the new growth more room to set up in.
I am going to concentrate on having more herbs in the "disaster" zones that are so hot and dry .. most herbs love being treated badly ? LOL !

Heather said...

Hey Joy... no matter what, this pic looks delightful! Cheers!

flaneurgardening.com said...

Well, a week ago there was almost one foot of snow in my garden and now there is absolutely none. Things change, and isn't that just the beauty of it all?

(I DO hope we get some snow again in time for Christmas, though... It seems there's a 50/50 chance!)

Lisa at Greenbow said...

At least you will have a dash of snow for Christmas. Lucky you.

Randy said...

Merry Christmas, Joy!

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Hi there you garden pals !
Thanks Heather girl I appreciate it .. I made sure to have the girls in the header picture for you !

"flane'.. I did laugh at your post opener .. too funny! I wonder if I will find Bunny Beans in the Spring?

Lisa you lucky duck with those free plants ! I am very jealous : ) in a good way of course!LOL

Randy that cake looked very tasty and finding those blooming treasures was like a garden gift this time of year eh ?

GRACE PETERSON said...

Well, it's not photo-shopped so there's no reason for being red-faced! So pretty--just in time for the holidays. Even if it did melt. :)

RobinL said...

That really is a great shot Joy. Beautiful.

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Hey thanks Gracie and Robin !
Now we have knee deep snow ... great for the garden finally .. ahhh!