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Roses are a joy in summer when they bloom their hearts out and their leaves can be pretty in their autumn glory, but they offer some interest in winter as well. Mostly it’s the hips that catch your eye, but occasionally they keep their leaves for a long time and they can look nice against […]

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  • Fager Dam - January 12, 2011 - 15:44

    Vresrosens nypon ser roligast ut!ReplyCancel

    • HA - January 12, 2011 - 20:39

      Det är något mycket spindel- eller bläckfisklikt med dem..ReplyCancel

There hasn’t been a lot of opportunities to view the stark beauty of flowers in silhouette this winter – mainly because they are buried beneath a meter of snow this year. A few, by the sea where it has been windier have survived burial. In the picture above and beneath is a Sedum kamtschaticum with […]

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The winter with the most snow since 1915 is kind of an inappropriate time to start a blog about gardening. I’m a fan of winter gardening and I like to look at dry and majestic flower stalks, at the berries that still are attached to shrubs and see the shapes of my garden stripped, but […]

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  • allonaabemync - January 22, 2011 - 14:03

    Takk for en interessant bloggReplyCancel

  • Anja - February 1, 2011 - 12:07


    Det är otroligt, että sinä jaksat kirjoittaa in three languages…
    Äsch! Skämt å sido! Minä pidän myös talvisesta puutarhastani, nu när det är so much snow!/AnjaReplyCancel

    • HA - February 1, 2011 - 20:10

      Jaksan toistaiseksi, man får se hur länge det räcker – kanske det bara blir bilder så småningom :-)ReplyCancel

  • A Berlin Break » Camera gardening - February 2, 2011 - 20:01

    […] Comfort in the Cold (-9°C/16°F outside right now) […]ReplyCancel

Welcome to my blog! To begin with the masthead features (from left to right): A small cupped narcissi which’s name I’ve forgotten, some white Pulsatilla vulgaris, an Erythronium I found in my Grandmother’s garden, a Plagioreghma dubia, Anemonopsis macrophylla and a white/pink Cypripedium reginae with Cypripedium ‘Ulla Silkens’ in the background. -HA Edit: 22nd November […]

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  • rachat credit - December 17, 2010 - 07:40

    Is there anymore information you can give on this subject. It answers a lot of my questions but there is still more info I need. I will drop you an email if I can find it. Never mind I will just use the contact form. Hopefully you can help me further.

    – RobsonReplyCancel

  • rachat credit - January 5, 2011 - 11:25

    Il semble que vous soyez un expert dans ce domaine, vos remarques sont tres interessantes, merci.

    – DanielReplyCancel

  • Ia Adlercreutz - January 12, 2011 - 12:16

    Great opening! Great pics! May this blog reach all winter-garden fans!ReplyCancel

    • HA - January 12, 2011 - 20:41

      Thanks! Eventually, if the weather ever changes, I hope to get some other content here besides winter gardening :-)ReplyCancel

  • acne - February 6, 2011 - 03:57

    WONDERFUL Post.thanks for share..more wait .. …ReplyCancel

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