Winter status …

Winter status …

Ok – here are some of the trees we trimmed. I think they look bare and sad, but I know that they will fill back in and be happier and healthier in the Spring. And I had to post a picture of my hosta that the deer have eaten down to the nubs! Why don’t they eat weeds, anyway? THAT would be a solution to all our problems!!! Ah – wishful thinking…

We’re getting a nice little drizzle at the house now. We’ve been a little dry, so the plants are happy with some moisture. And I’ve left the garage door open to let some humidity in for the plumeria which has officially moved into the garage for the winter.

I hope we get a real rain tonight — we could use it.

By | 2016-04-14T02:47:56+00:00 November 30th, 2007|Blog, Sharing Nature's Garden, trees|0 Comments

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  1. Annie in Austin December 1, 2007 at 1:24 am - Reply

    That photo of your hostas is just pitiful, Diana!
    My hostas’ leaves disappeared this summer, too – and we don’t have a deer problem. It was during that rainy period and the slugs got them. If they resprout in the spring they’re going in a container!

    Annie at the Transplantable Rose

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