Howdy! I've been gardening pretty serious on this plot for nearly 15 years, and it's time to take my adolescent garden into the next phase of development...a central Tejas mature edible forest art project and wildlife habitat. Jump in anytime, your comments are invaluable so please leave one.
Zone 8b, Austin~TEXAS, Crestview
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
About 11 o'clock last night the flurries began. The thrill of a missed school day filled the house and for a minute we were in a winter wonderland...Texas style. I love this shot because I used the 'flower' setting on my little Casio to focus on Ms. Salvia Greggi here and the sun lighted snow makes a rare backdrop! The soft leaved Heard-leaf Scullcap seemed to do fine...it does have a furry coat! This is as deep as it got!
I left the cacti out, and they were fine.
This Sago Palm looks Christmassy in her winter white! Though I love the snow, I'm glad the sun is out...but I thought my family and friends, especially my new friend from Nova Scotia would get a kick out of what we call Snow:) Happy Gardening