Posts Tagged ‘winter interest’

Structural Integrity

Faux dog house with rudbeckia, miscanthus, and pennisetum in snow

Text and photos ©Nancy J. Ondra

My ability to appreciate forms and stems and seedheads fizzled out way too soon this winter. Usually, I’m good until late January, at least, and then there’s seed-sowing to distract me from the boring outdoors for a few weeks until spring starts making an appearance. But then, we usually slide into winter a bit more gradually, unlike the seemingly endless cycle of ice events every few days from December through much of January. It’s almost a relief to get snow now as a change.

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