A Touch of Winter
Winter snuck into mid-Missouri earlier than usual fall 2018. Two snow storms, the second dropping 3-4 inches of snow, covered my garden in a lovely fluffy white blanket.
These snow storms inspire some of the quilts I carry including snow in the garden.
Enjoy this peek at my garden covered in snow, no need to bundle up.
Blue bench suggests the color underneath snow. (Photo by Charlotte Ekker Wiggins.)
My honeybees have been tucked in for winter. They cluster during cold weather, eating honey for food and coming out to fly when temperatures are over 45F.
Stay warm, winter isn’t officially here yet!