December

The garden is resting, of course. However, there is always activity in the yard. This crew came through the other day and nibbled on the clematis growing up a tree trunk. Time to put burlap around it.

The gray squirrels have perfected ingenious methods of getting to the birdseed.

Even though the gardens are resting, my garden club stays active decorating planters around town. This one is at the Police Station.

A week ago we had about 4-5 inches of snow. It was heavy and wet.

We lost a big limb off the willow

View of the full moon from the porch

Luckily, I got the outdoor lights up before it snowed

Sunrise on a snowy garden

Merry Christmas

8 thoughts on “December

  1. Snow is . . . well, interesting. However, after experiencing a little bit of it a few years ago, I can understand why those who are familiar with get annoyed with it. It would be a major problem here. The redwoods could not tolerate the weight of it.

  2. Beautiful pictures. Merry. Christmas. Lisa’s mom Helen

    On Sat, Dec 12, 2020, 12:29 PM Gramma Penny’s Garden wrote:

    > grammapenny posted: ” The garden is resting, of course. However, there is > always activity in the yard. This crew came through the other day and > nibbled on the clematis growing up a tree trunk. Time to put burlap around > it. The gray squirrels have perfected ingenious m” >

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