Snowfall Images From a Chicago Garden
See ideas for maintaining winter interest in the garden.
An early snow storm swept through the garden and gave way to an incredibly beautiful day.
A garden goddess lifts a frosty glass to the first snowfall of the season.
The 'Tina' crabapple makes a delightful addition to any garden with its showy white blooms in the spring and small red fruits in the fall.
Astilbe Performs Wonders all Season Long
The rusty heads of Astilbe chinensis 'Visions' is quite bold against the fresh snowfall.
Who doesn't love 'Purple Dragon' lamium especially when the last of its delicate pink blossoms are embraced by an early-season snow.
A Golden Day of Sun and Snow
Here's proof that a garden needs a healthy mix of woody shrubs and herbaceous plants for seasonal interest.
Something to Chirp About
Garden ornaments like this little bird add a charming touch all year round.
Waving Goodbye to Summer
Variegated Japanese silver grass sways in the gentle breeze.
Inviting Garden Gates
The garden room beyond the gates draws your eye in.
An autumn display of gourds in the garden chill out under their new caps of snow.
Enchantment at Every Turn
Even with snow at his feet, this garden cherub looks cozy keeping an eye on the scene.
Shadows Define a Dramatic Setting
The clipped boxwood hedge looks even more impressive with a light dusting of snow to accentuate its undulating shape.
Leave grasses up for seasonal interest.
Garden Work to be Done
Despite the early snow, there are still chores to be done in the garden.
A Helenium Flower Bids Farewell
The last helenium flower pops its golden head out from the wintry scene.
A Sunny Surprise
Frozen to perfection, the last 'Hot Coco' rose buds sparkle like jewels against the snow.