The meteorologists predicted that we would get one or two inches of snow this week. Instead, the storm dumped 12” (30 cm), about three times the average annual snowfall for our part of North Carolina.
These are all color images, but the snow and pale sky seem to have completely desaturated the garden and woods.
1. Juniperus virginiana (eastern red cedar)
2. Edgeworthia chrysantha (paperbush)
3. Bird bath
4. Young Pinus taeda (loblolly pines)
5. Poncirus trifoliata ‘Flying Dragon’ (contorted trifoliate orange)
6. woodland trees
Visit The Propagator’s latest post (and the comments therein) to see the more colorful Six on Saturday photos of other garden bloggers.