Winter Beauty in New Hampshire

Winter Beauty in New Hampshire

Right now we’re going to go to Robin Hess’ backyard.

I began looking for some winter curiosity in my New Hampshire backyard. There are not any vibrant colours right here in January, however we have been snowing for a number of days and I believed some close-ups may encourage gardeners to search for winter magnificence of their gardens.

An azalea (Rhododendron hybrid, Zones 5–10) is roofed in snow and the leaves have turned crimson in response to the chilly.

close-up of hemlock branch with ice on the endA hemlock (Tsuga canadensisZones 3–7) is superbly adorned with icing.

small frog statue covered in snowA frog statue is all wrapped up in snow.

close-up of hydrangea stem with big bud at the endThe big bud on the finish of a hydrangea stem (hydrangea macrophylla, Zones 5–9) accommodates the flowers for early subsequent summer season. To keep away from chopping the flowers, hydrangeas shouldn’t be pruned at the moment of 12 months.

close-up of a branch of Thuja stuck in snow and iceA Thuja (Zones 2–7) snow lined department

close-up of withered and dry leaves sprinkled on snowTaking the time to look intently reveals the wonder even in a merely light leaf.

Have a backyard you’d prefer to share?

Have photographs to share? We might like to see your backyard, a non-public assortment of crops you like, or a beautiful backyard you’ve got had the possibility to go to!

To submit, ship 5-10 photographs to [email protected] together with some details about the crops within the photos and the place you took the images. We might like to know the place you are positioned, how lengthy you’ve got been gardening, successes you are pleased with, failures you’ve got discovered from, hopes for the long run, favourite crops or humorous tales out of your backyard.

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