By: Lynda December 23, 2009February 11, 2013 gardening, Photography, wordless wednesdayLamb's Ears, snow, wordless wednesday Wordless Wednesday – Snow on Lamb’s Ears Share this:Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related
When it snowed this week end I knew I should have been taking pictures! This is just lovely!
Hi, Linda. Homemade presents, as in the post below, are among my favorites, too. My nephew once made me a vase holder from a hollow length of dogwood trunk. I still have it.
I found you by way of Blotanical. I urge you to read the FAQs under the Help tab there to help you find your way around. You’ll find many great bloggers on Blotanical.
Nell Jean, Thanks for stopping by. What a neat gift from your nephew.
Thanks for finding me. I will check out that area in Blotanical since I’m just new to it. Thanks again for stopping by.
Under the depth of snowfall, I have several squashed clumps of Lamb’s Ears. Such a nice hardy perennial!!
The snow in your photo looks like white dust! Nicely done!
I love that plant – tho mine seems to loose its leaves in the winter unlike yours – I’m in UK so that could explain it.
Lynn, It was just a dusting of snow – I was even going to call it snow dust! We didn’t get the snow you did, thank goodness!
Leavesinbloom, It’s not been cold enough yet for it to loose it’s leaves. This Lamb’s Ear came from my hubby’s home and it doesn’t bloom. It has such beautiful leaves that make up for not blooming.