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A Snowy Spring

By Lochnessgarden @lochnessgarden

February and we are open.A snowy Spring 
We actually had a couple of hardy souls visiting the garden today…but the snow showers beat them
A snowy SpringOf course it is magic and tomorrow we are promised winter sunshine. We have the first of the snow drops and Aconites out for sale, even though they have a thin crust of snow on their pots.
A snowy SpringActivity levels are pretty high. Hamish has been cutting down and chipping trees, in preparation for the start of the new hydroelectric scheme that will be installed by Dulas. All rather exciting and I will tell that story soon.  Donald has been tidying and burning (always favourite) and moving dead and fallen shrubs.
A snowy Spring
A snowy Spring
Considering the post-Christmas gales we got off lightly……a lilac and a shallow rooted oak tree, and lots of branches.  

So we came back from New Zealand and have adjusted remarkably fast to cold and snow. Just so long as it does not go on too long!
A snowy SpringA snowy Spring
A walk through the garden shows the spears of snowdrops pushing through everywhere. The witch hazels are wonderful and the evergreens are looking splendid as they always do in mid-winter.
A snowy Spring
And me, I am finishing the catalogue…..Cat has done a great cover and we are almost go for 2015Margaret Davidson


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