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Winter has settled in …

Temperatures are regularly reaching the low 30s now but there still is plenty of color and life in the garden.

Some creature was hungry and was able to remove one of the side covers from the kitchen compost bin . I will have to shore it up with some bricks or rocks.

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The nandinas, which line the fence and house, are loaded with berries.

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The Oakleaf hydrangeas are still holding on to a few red leaves.

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“Jacob” hellebore is loaded with buds.

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This clump of galanthus has been blooming for a month!

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Many plants which look dead still provide some structure and architectural detail to the Winter garden:

Basjoo banana

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And hydrangeas

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Also, the Boylan Heights Neighborhood ArtWalk was last Sunday. Lots of people and some interesting art.

http://artwalk.boylanheights.org/

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Paper Flowers from Flower Thyme   https://www.etsy.com/shop/flowerthyme

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And the chickens in the community garden were busy checking out all the activity!

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