Like all the big game hype, the snow is quickly melting away as the temperatures got back into the 50s over Super Bowl weekend, but I wanted to share just a few more shots of my snowy winter garden....before it's all gone.
This garden figurine looks as though she's tucked under a white blanket ....
or maybe a young lady taking a curtsy in a white dress?
The garden fairy wonders how this pile of snow landed in her lap and right on top of her book!
This worker ant wonders if he will get another snow day...
or if he can finally go back to work
Snow-capped mushrooms with icicle earrings
And snow-capped seed heads of Ligularia
I love the snow-scalloped edges of the pond
The waterfall continues to flow even in the freezing temps
Ornamental grasses seem even more graceful
And the DD Blanchard Magnolia seems all the more majestic...
...when dusted with snow
The "bones" of the boulder curve I installed last year are starting to show
as the snow beings to melt.
Winter berries are a pop of color against the snow
Just how many inches did we get?
A dusting of snow ...
And then a few inches more
As the Super Bowl moves out, another "strong arctic cold front" is forecast to move through North Texas on Wednesday, with "wintry precipitation likely."
Maybe the winning (yea!) Packer fans ought to stick around awhile longer --
they might just feel right at home :-)