I hope all of you had a beautiful holiday.
Here, the weather has been kind of crazy: 50F weather, then an ice storm, then 60F weather the last couple of days, then it's supposed to be below freezing tomorrow. My poor plants must be so confused!
Here are some photos from the ice storm:
It was gorgeous out, especially when the sun peeked through the clouds. Then the whole landscape looked like diamonds!
We're coming up on the last few days of my introductory pricing for the Tasteful Yard Design mentorship program, which takes you from where you are now to a beautiful, tasteful yard. The price goes to $250 on January 1st, so if you're interested, click here to find out more.
We just had an impromptu pre-Christmas photo contest over on Facebook, and we got some really nice pictures. Even if you're not on Facebook, you should be able to see them here.
I do apologize for not keeping this updated. I have so many photos to show you! So I might have to do a "what I did last summer" sort of series. That should keep you with things to read as you wait for your yards to thaw out ;)
But what I'm thinking of right now is what to plant for next year. What are you planting next year? Anything interesting?