November Snow Garden – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 853
See More Garden Goodies: http://www.WisconsinGarden.com – – – Our November snow garden looks more closely at the plant texture that remains now that winter has arrived. For those of us who live in cold climates we still appreciate the variation of muted colors, textures and plants that survive and thrive while we human bundle up to stay warm. This was the first fall we didn’t put out signs for bagged grass clippings and leaf mulch. Yet several neighbors still delivered them to our garden. Come spring we should be graced with some rich compost. And in a couple of months we can begin pruning and trimming trees, bushes and plants while dormant and not as susceptible to disease thanks to the cold temperatures of winter. It’s also time to start going through a variety of seed catalogs looking for heirloom plants to add to next year’s garden. Join us as we talk a quick walk-a-bout around our Wisconsin garden.