Everything in the garden looks magical under a snowfall. It softens shapes & hides imperfections (and other ‘stuff’, like the mound that is 6 bags of pine needles, which will ultimately be mulch). It outlines the beautiful detail of every twig and branch. It’s breathtaking!
And I’m snug in the cottage, working on my winter project – my kitchen redo. And I’m already realizing that gardening is easier! So, when the kitchen project gets me down, I’ll escape into “new” books for a respite. I’ve ordered several used Ken Druse books, The Passion for Gardening, The Natural Shade Garden, and The Natural Habitat Garden from AbeBooks.com. I own Ken’s Making More Plants, which is a wonderful book for anyone who loves propagation, as I do. I’ve also ordered The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh. It was recommended by a friend and sounds like an interesting story, full of references to flowers. I’m anxious for these books to arrive!
Besides the seed/plant catalogs, which will be arriving soon, what are you reading that’s good?