Winter is here. It was late this year but I think that it's staying this time. Every year, I sow wildflower seeds just before what I believe will be the snowfall that will form the bottom snow layer that will lie just above the soil for the rest of the winter.
I usually plant my wildflower seeds in late November. This year, it was two days ago.
It wasn't a huge snowfall just after I planted the seeds but it was very cold and light snow. It hasn't melted the slightest bit yet. And, underneath it, a wonderful thing is happening. Columbine seeds are starting the process that will transform them to Columbine flowers in the future. That thought makes me smile all winter long!
Shyla appears ready to settle in for the winter!
Happy Holidays to all of you. I've met so many wonderful people through this blog, and I wish for the best for all of you.