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Conifers in winter

Posted by botann z8 SEof Seattle (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 25, 11 at 4:48

No snow, but I like it that way. I don't have to shovel rain. ;-)


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RE: Conifers in winter

Beautiful, I'm with you, no snow is a good thing, especially here, I live north of Seattle, more like zone 7 for me. I love perennials but they are nothing to look at in winter, this is gorgeous, I have been slowly adding some cool conifers. My favorite is the Blue Ice Arizona Cypress. thanks for sharing. Cheryl

RE: Conifers in winter

  • Posted by botann z8 SEof Seattle (My Page) on
    Wed, Feb 9, 11 at 1:25

Thank you mypetalpress. Our winters are mild enough for the conifers to look good all seasons of the year, even in the infrequent snow we get.

This is the view off the back deck. I'm still working on this view.
Back garden
I'm on the edge of a bluff.

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