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CANADA GARDENS IN WINTER

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Post  Kelejan on 12/26/2014, 2:55 pm

Does anyone in Canada have pictures to post of their gardens in winter. At the moment I can only describe my garden in winter, and that it has no snow cover at all as it has all melted so now my garden looks like it did when Fall finished falling.
All I can say it looks pretty tidy and there is nothing to be seen.
I have even been out today and removed a few fallen branches from the rear of my garden, the hill that overlooks my garden proper. I think this is a first for me, as a few weeks ago it was all covered in snow and I thought that was that until March or April.
I do wonder what effect  the lack of snow will have on our gardens this coming year.
On the other hand, Nature might make up for it as we still have a couple of months of possible snow weather to come.
I feel sorry for the skiers and those whose livelihood depends on decent snow cover, and the reservoirs that need topping up in the winter so we do not have a water shortage. Just in case, I will be relying heavily on mulch.
Still trying to learn how to operate my camera/computer and everything that is needed to post on this forum.
At the moment I am having trouble connecting to the Internet as I seem to have lost all my navigating bars. So far I can only connect to the Internet via the few items I have on my desktop, Once I have connected and got on to a site, I can only get out of that site by turning my computer off and re-logging in. My guru will set it all right but of course, he has a family that comes first so I have to wait my turn.
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