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Except for picking up & pitching walnuts with the kids -- something that happened again today with Jün -- my yard/garden clean up has been pretty slack this year. I don't mind that, sometimes, and perhaps soon there'll be some snow atop this spent hydrangea. (It was so cold today that there could have been snow!)



I'm enjoying the fall landscape, but I think the dried hydrangeas look better without snow on them!


I tend to leave my dried hydrangeas for spring cleanup. I love the look of the spent blooms in the fall -- and they look pretty awesome with a dusting of snow. (In fact, I might have that view by tomorrow. It's supposed to snow tonight . . . ) XO


Vicki, that dried hydrangea is beautiful - and I'd love to see it with snow (glad Kym agrees!)


Beautiful! Wow! I hope you revisit this image when there is snow!


That's how I feel about our tall grasses - I don't cut them back until spring and it's totally not because I'm too lazy to do it in the fall, it's because I like to see them with snow. Yep. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.


Hydrangeas are beautiful no matter in full bloom or dried to a crisp. I wonder if you'll get snow. The storm didn't drop much more than rain on its way to you.

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